A group of NATO nations and partner nations has delivered medical supplies to Romania, to help the country in the fight against the coronavirus.
A group of NATO nations and partner nations has delivered medical supplies to Romania, to help the country in the fight against the coronavirus. The organisation is known as the Strategic Airlift Capability, or SAC. Together they fund three C-17 Globemaster III transport aircraft, based out of Pápa Air Base in Hungary. Flight hours are used for national defence, NATO, European Union and humanitarian missions. This week SAC sent a C-17 to the Republic of Korea to collect medical supplies at the request of their member Romania. The cargo landed at Bucharest Airport on 25 March 2020. More information on the Strategic Airlift Capability can be found at www.sacprogram.org
Most of this footage was filmed by SAC and credit should be given to SAC if used. It includes video of cargo being loaded onto a C-17 aircraft, and the C-17 taxiing and taking off, and unloading cargo in Romania.
THE FOLLOWING FOOTAGE WAS FILMED BY THE STRATEGIC AIRLIFT CAPABILITY
(00:00) VARIOUS SHOTS – C-17 GLOBEMASTER III TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT SITTING ON TARMAC AT PÁPA AIR BASE, HUNGARY
(00:14) GIMBAL SHOT – HEADING UP THE STAIRS INTO A C-17 CARGO BAY
(00:23) WIDE SHOT – C-17 TAXIING
(00:40) WIDE SHOT – C-17 TAKING OFF
(01:01) VARIOUS SHOTS – SAC AIRMEN PREPARING CARGO FOR TRANSPORT IN REPUBLIC OF KOREA