The U.S. Air Force is pretty good at delivering equipment and vehicles all over the world. If their troops need it, they get it, no matter where they are. Sometimes, they make a mess of the drop, or it doesn’t land in the exact spot. (Hey, even the U.S. Air Force isn’t perfect ALL of the time.)

But in this video, edited by AiirSource Military from U.S. Air Force footage, the 16th Airlift Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, SC, pulls off the drop without a hitch. Eight Humvees slide out of a C-17 Globemaster III at 5,000 feet and parachute safely to the ground. Multiple camera angles, including a Humvee POV shot, give you a great look at how it feels to fly out of the back of a plane.

8 Humveees coming right up: