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Airman 1st Class Curtis Doherty, a 374th Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology journeyman, welds a post hole for a B-1B Lancer platform at Yokota Air Base, Japan, June 23, 2015. The average time it takes to fix or create a piece of equipment is approximately eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman David Owsianka) Sparks fly in metal technology shop
Sparks fly as Airmen help pieces of metal take form. These Airmen sometimes create something from nothing or improve necessary equipment for squadrons to continue their daily tasks.
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A Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II completes its first short takeoff and vertical landing check flight at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, June 18, 2015. The aircraft underwent a functional check flight following modifications at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex. (U.S. Air Force photo/Alex R. Lloyd) Test flight completed after F-35B modifications
The Ogden Air Logistics Complex completed an F-35B Lightning II functional check flight at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, June 18, after the first depot-level short take off and vertical landing modifications were completed on two F-35Bs for the Marine Corps.
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Contractors repaint the maintenance hangar’s roof June 18, 2015, at Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash. Contractors have to pressure wash the roof first and get it down to the bare metal. From there, they spray down a proxy primer and, once done, they come through and put down a brown coating. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Taylor Bourgeous) Fairchild engineers save AF nearly $8 million
Balancing today's readiness with tomorrow's modernization isn't an easy task, but the 92nd Civil Engineer Squadron at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, figured out a way to do it and saved $8 million along the way.
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Maintainers from the 436th and 512th Maintenance Groups take advantage of the shade provided by the tail section of a C-5M Super Galaxy June 22, 2015, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Maintainers regularly have to work outside in excessive heat. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Zachary Cacicia) Hot maintenance
Carrying out maintenance on Dover Air Force Base’s fleet of C-5M Super Galaxies and C-17A Globemaster IIIs can be challenging at times, but extreme heat and humidity can add additional challenges during the summer months.
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Master Sgt. Shawn Lundgren, a 446th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., walks back to safety after dismantling a simulated improvised explosive device during the Patriot Warrior exercise at Fort McCoy, Wis., June 21, 2015. Patriot Warrior is a joint exercise designed to demonstrate contingency deployment training ranging from bare base buildup to full operational capabilities. More than 6,000 members from the U.S. service branches and their Reserve components, including Air Force, Army, and Navy participated alongside British and Canadian forces. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo/Senior Airman Daniel Liddicoet) Patriot Warrior provides realism for Reserve EOD techs
During the Patriot Warrior exercise here, Reserve technicians from the 446th Civil Engineer Squadron EOD flight from McChord Field, Washington, recently undertook an exclusive brand of instruction to keep them on their toes in preparation for challenges they could face while serving downrange.
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force intel pros use Web-based remotely piloted aircraft application
Using existing technology, a team of Air Force intelligence experts have developed a new Web-based program that saves lives and money. These innovators will receive the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation Achievement Award for developing the Surveillance Intelligence Reconnaissance Information System (SIRIS) -- a scalable, revolutionary approach to reshaping remotely piloted aircraft collaboration among ground, air and intelligence users in friendly and enemy battlespace.
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Default Air Force Logo Enhanced e-learning for cyber Airmen
Air Force cyber Airman training takes a giant leap forward with the latest enhancement to AF e-Learning. The upgrade allows Air Force supervisors and trainers to facilitate better skill-level upgrade and on-the-job training with customizable learning programs that can be updated on the fly to remain current as technology changes.
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Retired Staff Sgt. Nicholas Dadgostar, an Air Force wounded warrior athlete, competes in the discus throw at the 2015 Department of Defense Warrior Games at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, Va., June 23, 2015. The Warrior Games features athletes from throughout the Defense Department who compete in Paralympic-style events for their respective military branches. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Vernon Young Jr.) Special Edition: DOD Warrior Games Week in Photos
This week's photos features Air Force wounded warrior athletes preparing for and participating in various events at the 2015 Department of Defense Warrior Games, held at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia.
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Default Air Force Logo Adaptive Warrior: No one fights alone
Betty O'Brien went from mother to caregiver after her son, Senior Airman Kevin O’Brien, was diagnosed with a brain tumor at 23-years-old in 2013.
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Retired Air Force Master Sgt. Craig Zaleski aims a recurve bow during the archery competition at the 2015 Department of Defense Warrior Games at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., June 22, 2015. Zaleski served 21 years as an aerospace group equipment technician. (Department of Defense photo/Shannon Collins) Airman beats brain tumor, grateful for Warrior Games
Retired Air Force Master Sgt. Craig Zaleski didn’t earn a medal in the 2015 Department of Defense Warrior Games here this week, but he said the adaptive sports competition was an emotional and rewarding experience.
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