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Sparks leads a non-profit think-tank, the 1st Tactical Studies Group (Airborne originally based at Fort Bragg. Both were assigned to the 2nd Squadron, 3rd Armor Cavalry Regiment. The Army developed and tested the 60,000-pound airdrop system, which can be dropped from a C-17 or a C-5 Galaxy, but it was never purchased.