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Can you find the two AF jumpers in the photo?

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"Soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division ready their gear prior to jumping from Air Force C-130J Hercules during a Joint Operation Access exercise June 24, 2013, at Pope Field, N.C. A total of 2,426 paratroopers jumped out of C-130Js assigned to Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, during the 12-day exercise. JOAX is a combined military training exercise designed to prepare Airmen and Soldiers to respond to worldwide crises and contingencies. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Damon Kasberg)"

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One has on a red belt and one has on a yellow belt.

Edited by Sonny
Computer can't spell.

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Sonny. I sorta think the belt guys are safety inspectors as they have no chute on and have the nice shiny belts. Just a guess. Bill

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just a casual observation from a navy guy, the two guy's in the second stack right below t/n 83177, the big guy and one to his left. could they be PJ'S ( para rescue )

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Sonny. I sorta think the belt guys are safety inspectors as they have no chute on and have the nice shiny belts. Just a guess. Bill

Guess I failed at my attempt of humor. bbsoto has the correct answer.

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Google shows Special Weather personnel might require jump training. Any other AFSC require it?

CCT/SOWT/PJ require it.

Those guys are probably TACP 18th ASOG @ Bragg or Weather Guys from 18th WS @ Bragg.

I would bet TACP though.

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