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Standing in the door C141.  Don't know where this picture came from

Standing in the door C141. Don't know where this picture came from

Two US soldiers from an Airborne regiment use a machine gun to cover a road junction from the door of a deserted house during a training excerise in the Venafro sector of the Italian Front, December 18, 1943. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Two US soldiers from an Airborne regiment use a machine gun to cover a road junction from the door of a deserted house during a training excerise in the Venafro sector of the Italian Front, December 18, 1943. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

LARSON Comfort Breeze retractable screen doors disappears when not in use and protects against airborne pests. Click for more information. #LARSONdoors #StormDoors

LARSON Comfort Breeze retractable screen doors disappears when not in use and protects against airborne pests. Click for more information. #LARSONdoors #StormDoors

Sgt. 1st Class Maria Young, a jumpmaster from Company E, 1st Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, conducts mock-door training prior to the brigades Joint Force Entry Exercise on Jan. 29. Mock door training is to help familiarize Paratroopers with the door of the aircraft before a jump.    (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Bryan Willis, 82nd Abn. Div. PAO)

Sgt. 1st Class Maria Young, a jumpmaster from Company E, 1st Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, conducts mock-door training prior to the brigades Joint Force Entry Exercise on Jan. 29. Mock door training is to help familiarize Paratroopers with the door of the aircraft before a jump. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Bryan Willis, 82nd Abn. Div. PAO)

As an instructor watches for the drop zone to come into view, U.S. Army Cadet Ema Gondkavska prepares to parachute jump out of the door of a C-130 overlooking Chattahoochee Valley July 21, 2009. Gondkavska, a student with Company B of the U.S. Army Airborne School, said as she stood in front of the door she felt "ready to go for it." (U.S. Army photo by Kristin Molinaro) (RELEASED)

Airman seeks to rejoin pararescue team despite loss of leg

As an instructor watches for the drop zone to come into view, U.S. Army Cadet Ema Gondkavska prepares to parachute jump out of the door of a C-130 overlooking Chattahoochee Valley July 21, 2009. Gondkavska, a student with Company B of the U.S. Army Airborne School, said as she stood in front of the door she felt "ready to go for it." (U.S. Army photo by Kristin Molinaro) (RELEASED)

Capt. Zachary Tegtmeier of Naperville, Illinois with the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division uses the door to a M-ATV vehicle to shield him as he returns fire on attacking militants July 2, 2010 over the village of Joikahr, Afghanistan.

Afghanistan, July, 2010

Capt. Zachary Tegtmeier of Naperville, Illinois with the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division uses the door to a M-ATV vehicle to shield him as he returns fire on attacking militants July 2, 2010 over the village of Joikahr, Afghanistan.

This simple 3 pole cabana is full of features. The front can be closed using 2 zippers on the sides of the door for use as a changing room. The door when open also acts as an extended floor area. There are two mesh windows in the walls for air circulation and pockets for small things to keep them from cluttering up the floor. Along the floor seam are sand pockets to prevent the cabana from becoming airborne in the wind stakes are also provided for use on grass or dirt.

This simple 3 pole cabana is full of features. The front can be closed using 2 zippers on the sides of the door for use as a changing room. The door when open also acts as an extended floor area. There are two mesh windows in the walls for air circulation and pockets for small things to keep them from cluttering up the floor. Along the floor seam are sand pockets to prevent the cabana from becoming airborne in the wind stakes are also provided for use on grass or dirt.

“Kosher Eagle” above the flag of Israel, art on the door of a US Army Bell UH-1 Huey, 101st Aviation Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.

“Kosher Eagle” above the flag of Israel, art on the door of a US Army Bell UH-1 Huey, 101st Aviation Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.

Keep Calm and Shuffle to the Door Airborne Master Wings Sign

Keep Calm and Shuffle to the Door Airborne Master Wings Sign

From the Altogether American licensed collection, this Keep Calm Shuffle Door Master Wings Sign measures 8 inches by 14 inches and weighs in at 1 lb(s).

Dad and I after my fifth jump at Airborne School.  I followed him out the door of the C130.  Great day!!

Dad and I after my fifth jump at Airborne School. I followed him out the door of the C130. Great day!!

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