Army Quartermaster Museum - Fort Lee, Virginia

Aerial Delivery/Rigger Historical Photos
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549th Quartermaster Company
Japan 1956
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549th QM Co Parachute Storage
Japan 1956
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549th QM Company
Container Display
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REFORGER '76 Germany
SP4 Raymond Allen (l) and SP4 Anthony Monplaisis (r), both of the 5th Quartermaster AD, reach for cable and hook from a CH-54 Skycrane Helicopter to attach a sling load of fuel drums during a Recovery Operations.
(USA Spec Opns Pic Det -Sep/Oct 76)
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Riggers at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam
February 1967
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SP4 Russell Roever (New York City), Hq & Hq Co, 2nd Bn, 503rd Inf, 173rd Abn Bde (Sept), disconnects the parachute form a crate of 105mm howitzer ammunition in War Zone "C" 26-27 Feb 1967
(US Army Sp Photo Det, Pacific, SP5 James I. Hatton)
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Artillery ammunition and C-rations, dropped by parachutes to the 82nd Arty, 196th Light Inf Bde, fall to the ground in War Zone "C", 70 miles north
east of Saigon, 26 February 1967
(US Army Sp Photo Det, Pacific SP5 Robert C. Lafoon)
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Parachute Maintenance/Repair Tent
Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam
February 1967
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Riggers from 173rd Abn Bde (Sep) rig pallet for Container Delivery System (CDS) Drop by CV-2 (Caribou) Vietnam, 29-31 July 1966
(US Army Sp Photo Det, Pacific SFC Gilbert L. Meyers)
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Rigger Students, date unknown
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