Hurricane Awareness Tour kicks off in San Antonio

Alvin Hill, 12th Operations Support Squadron Weather Operations Flight chief, speaks with Loyce Clark, San Antonio Airport System assistant aviation director, after touring a National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Gulfstream IV aircraft during the Hurricane Awareness Tour at the San Antonio International Airport May 16, 2016. The NOAA G-IV is used to collect, process and transmit vertical atmospheric soundings in the environment of a hurricane using a dropsonde, which is an instrument dropped from the aircraft carried by a parachute that transmits information about temperature, pressure and humidity.

PHOTO BY: Airman 1st Class Lauren Ely
VIRIN: 160516-F-XF990-087.JPG
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