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MAFFS pilot profile: Lt. Col. Ryan Scofield

Whether he is barrel rolling 1,000 feet above the horizon or slowing cruising 120 knots 150 feet above a pine forest, Lt. Col. Ryan Scofield knows there is no place he would rather be than in the air.

MAFFS 3 returns to Wyoming after 14 months in Utah

Aug. 17, 2014, a C-130H equipped with a Modular Airborne Firefighting System landed without functioning nose gear at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Almost 14 months later, on Oct. 13 that C-130H, tail number 1533, returned to its home at the Wyoming Air National Guard.