A rendering of a twin float amphibious modification to an MC-130J Commando II is shown here. Air Force Special Operations Command and private sector counterparts are currently developing a Removable Amphibious Float Modification (RAFM) for the MC-130J, allowing aircraft to take off and land in bodies of water and conduct runway independent operations. (Courtesy photo)


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AFRC Celebrates Diamond Anniversary

Maj. Gen. Richard L. Kemble, director of Strategic Plans, Programs and Requirements, kept with tradition and cut the cake with Senior Airman Nia Glover, an administrative technician and the youngest Reserve Citizen Airman at Robins. HQ AFRC is home to more than 1,000 Reserve Citizen Airmen, civilians and contractors. (Courtesy photo)

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