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(L-R) Leading Aircraftman Andrew Mathews and Aircraftman Shane Brown chain down an Automatic Generator Set inside a C-17 Globemaster.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron (SQN) and 36SQN members load an Automatic Generator Set onto a C-17 Globemaster destined for Hobart.   Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular.
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Leading Aircraftman Scott Crowe works alongside other No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron members to load and chain down an Automatic Generator Set inside a C-17 Globemaster.   Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular.
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Air Power – An RAAF C 17 Globemaster carrying two 20 tonne generators lands at Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues its support in the wake of the Tasmanian bushfires.  Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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Tasmanian Premier Lara Giddings, ora Energy CEO Dr Peter Davis, and Brigadier John Witchers, SADFO Tasmania, brief the media at Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues to support recovery efforts following the Tasmanian bushfires.  Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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Tasmanian Premier Lara Giddings, ora Energy CEO Dr Peter Davis, and Brigadier John Witchers, SADFO Tasmania, brief the media at Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues to support recovery efforts following the Tasmanian bushfires.  Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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Premier Job – RAAF Flight Lieutenant Brad Close briefs Tasmanian Premier Lara Giddings on his vital cargo. His aircraft delivered two 20 tonne generators to Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues its support in the wake of the Tasmanian bushfires.  Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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Air Power - The first of two 20 tonne generators is unloaded from an RAAF C17 Globemaster at Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues its support in the wake of the Tasmanian bushfires.  Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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Tasmanian Premier Lara Giddings, ora Energy CEO Dr Peter Davis, and Brigadier John Witchers, SADFO Tasmania, brief the media at Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues to support recovery efforts following the Tasmanian bushfires.  The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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Air Power - The first of two 20 tonne generators is unloaded from an RAAF C17 Globemaster at Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues its support in the wake of the Tasmanian bushfires.  Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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Tasmanian Premier Lara Giddings, ora Energy CEO Dr Peter Davis, and Brigadier John Witchers, SADFO Tasmania, brief the media at Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues to support recovery efforts following the Tasmanian bushfires.  Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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A C-17 Globemaster, loaded with supplies to assist the communities affected by bushfires in Tasmaina, takes off from RAAF Base Amberley.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular.
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A C-17 Globemaster, loaded with supplies to assist the communities affected by bushfires in Tasmaina, takes off from RAAF Base Amberley.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular.
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A C-17 Globemaster, loaded with supplies to assist the communities affected by bushfires in Tasmaina, takes off from RAAF Base Amberley.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular.
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A C-17 Globemaster, loaded with supplies to assist the communities affected by bushfires in Tasmaina, takes off from RAAF Base Amberley.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular.
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(Front) Corporal Rob Rae, alongside other No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron members, push an Automatic Generator Set onto a C-17 Globemaster scheduled to fly to Hobart.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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Leading Aircraftman Patrick Toenjes guides an Automatic Generator Set onto a C-17 Globemaster awaiting a departure for Hobart.   Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron members load an Automatic Generator Set onto a C-17 Globemaster destined for Hobart.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron members load an Automatic Generator Set onto a C-17 Globemaster destined for Hobart.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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Aircraftman Shane Brown chains down an Automatic Generator Set inside a C-17 Globemaster before the aircrafts Scheduled flight to Hobart.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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Air Power – An RAAF C 17 Globemaster carrying two 20 tonne generators lands at Hobart Airport, as the ADF continues its support in the wake of the Tasmanian bushfires.  Mid Caption: The Australian Defence Force (ADF)  supported an Emergency Management Australia request on behalf of the Government of Tasmania to transport two 20-tonne mobile diesel powered generators and transformers to Tasmania in the wake of the bushfires.   Two Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster aircraft and their specialist personnel departed RAAF Base Amberley on 11th January 2013 for the two and a half hour flight  to Hobart..   The Royal Australian Air Force  has  six C-17A Globemaster heavy transport aircraft which are operated by No 36 Squadron from RAAF Base Amberley, near Brisbane.   The C-17A is a high-wing four-engine heavy transport that significantly enhances the ADF’s ability to support national and international operations, and major disaster relief efforts.
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Leading Aircraftman Scott Crowe waits for a transformer to be loaded on to his forklift so it can be loaded into a C-17 Globemaster, at RAAF Base Amberley.    Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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Leading Aircraftman Liam Mercer straps down a transformer onto a forklift so it can be loaded into a C-17 Globemaster, at RAAF Base Amberley.   Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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Leading Aircraftman Scott Crowe chains a transformer to a pallet so it can be loaded onto a C-17 Globemaster, at RAAF Base Amberley.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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Aircraftman Liam Carling operates a fork lift to assist other No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron members in loading equipment onto a C-17 Globemaster destined for Hobart.  Mid Caption: No. 1 Airfield Operations Support Squadron and No. 36 Squadron, RAAF Base Amberley, worked together to deliver much needed equipment such as generators and transformers to Hobart to assist in restoring electricity to residents in the Tasman peninsular
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