FORT RICHARDSON, Alaska -- 1st Lt. John Romspert and Senior Airman Don Lacy wrap up their landing and gear after a tandem jump during pararescuemen training at Malamute drop zone Oct. 21. Being one to pack parachutes for pararescuemen, Lacy wanted to experience how the parachute worked in action. Romspert is a combat rescue pilot with the 212th Rescue Squadron and Lacy is an aircrew flight equipment specialist with the 176 Operational Support Flight both at Kulis Air National Guard Base, Alaska. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Cynthia Spalding)
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