How the U.S. Weather Corps Hunts Hurricanes
53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron loadmasters analyze weather data being relayed to the aircraft by a dropsonde, a parachute-borne cylindrical instrument that collects meteorological data as it drops toward the surface of the water. (Photographer: Capt. Kimberly Spusta/U.S. Air Force photo)

How the U.S. Weather Corps Hunts Hurricanes

(Bloomberg) -- For Lieutenant Commander John Rossi, flying into the winds of a hurricane is like “wrestling an 800-pound gorilla.”
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