An Ilyushin 76 cargo plane takes the runway in Gambella, Ethiopia to be loaded with 32 metric tons of food for refugees in South Sudan's Upper Nile State.
Food is piled up in stacks, ready to be dropped out of the plane's cargo hold once it arrives over the drop zone.
It takes two trucks to fill the airplane with about enough food to feed 2,100 refugees for a month in Maban County.
The view out the back of the plane as it unloads its cargo of food bags over the drop zone in Maban County. Air drops are tricky operations that require a high degree of planning and coordination.