The fixed wings took a variety of people in a variety of planes to do a variety of jobs but at least all the people, planes and jobs were at the same location at ASAM just north of Chimoio.
The 310 went up a couple of days earlier with a bridge building team - more of that later.
The Kodiak took a total of eight people, an education team of two and a doctor/nurse team of five and one pilot of course.
|Paul and Dr. Roger Pacholka|
It was 38 deg when we landed in Mozambique.
|The airstrip and hangar at ASAM that Mercy Air helped build and perhaps showing some of the remoteness.|
|Squeezing all three planes in the hangar was a mission in itself.|
|One of the patients seemed to have been expecting us.|
|These kids walked back and forth across the bridge many times just for the novelty of it.|
|Dwight and Lynne Lagore with a few of the kids who will benefit greatly from this endevour.|
This school is also the location of a partly built library that can now be finished thanks to a kind donation from a church in the UK. We will likely get more involved with this in the coming months.
Mercy Air team