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Airmen and Marines gather around a display model to go over a joint airfield damage repair exercise May 19, 2016, at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Airmen from the 18th Civil Engineer Squadron taught Marines and Navy Seabees how they repair damaged airfields. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Omari Bernard)
Filling the gap: Airmen, Marines and Sailors practice fixing damaged airfields
Civil engineer Airmen, combat engineer Marines and Navy Seabees trained together May 18-19 during a joint airfield damage and repair contingency exercise held at Kadena Air Base, Japan.
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2016
Senior Airman Bradley Cain and Staff Sgt. Dorsey Sirmans, both 435th Construction and Training Squadron structural craftsmen, renovate a locker room Oct. 18, 2015, at Liceul Teoretic Alexei Mateevici School in Sanatauca, Moldova. At least seven Airmen from the 435th CTS and the 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron have been working on the renovations since Sept. 23. The Moldova Humanitarian and Civic Assistance program is part of a military and civilian theater security cooperation program the U.S. European Command uses to directly impact civilian communities throughout 17 countries, primarily in Eastern Europe. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nicole Sikorski)

 
Airmen renovate Moldovan school, strengthen students’ future
At least seven Airmen from the 435th Construction and Training Squadron and the 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron recently completed renovations to a gymnasium locker room at Liceul Teoretic Alexei Mateevici School here.
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2015
Airman 1st Class Cole Kasten, a 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron pavement and heavy equipment operator, pushes a wheel barrel before mixing cement for a ramp at Public School No. 4 in Gori, Georgia, Aug. 28, 2015. Kasten, along with a six-person Air Force team and Georgian army engineers, sometimes worked 16-hour days during a 30-day school renovation project that will help the children of Gori. Humanitarian and civic assistance projects enhance operational readiness of military personnel while providing mutual support to the host nation's population. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Sara Keller) Ramstein Airmen help renovate Georgian school
For the past month, the hallways of Gori Public School No. 4 were alive with the sounds of construction workers sanding, sawing, tearing down, building up and transforming what looked like a century-old building. The transformation continued till just hours before the Aug. 31 culminating ceremony, as a team of Air Force and Georgian army engineers worked hard to make their finishing touches.
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2015
Airmen assigned to the 557th Expeditionary RED HORSE Squadron pour concrete roof on a structure at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, July 28, 2015. RED HORSE is a self-sustaining, mobile, heavy construction squadron capable of rapid response and independent operations in remote, high-threat environments worldwide. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Christopher Boitz) RED HORSE: A legacy of leaving it better than how they found it
RED HORSE is a self-sustaining, mobile, heavy construction squadron capable of rapid response and independent operations in remote, high-threat environments worldwide. They were activated in 1966 as the Air Force’s combat construction team. Today, the 557th Expeditionary RED HORSE Squadron carries on that legacy.
0 8/18
2015
An F-16 Fighting Falcon is caught by the Mobile Aircraft Arresting System during a test of its operational functionality March 20, 2015 at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. The MAAS was from a separate taxiway as part of the construction of an alternate runway at Bagram. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. James Law) Second runway increases Bagram capability
After months of planning and construction, the wing expanded its ability to support flying missions throughout the region with the addition of a second operational runway. The ancillary runway provides an alternate site for aircraft taking off and landing should the primary runway be damaged or closed.
0 4/09
2015
An F-35A Lightning II takes off March 25, 2014, from Hill Air Force Base, Utah en route to Nellis AFB, Nev. It was the first F-35 to receive organic modifications at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex at Hill AFB. The aircraft arrived at Hill AFB in September 2013 and received four structural modifications intended to strengthen areas of the aircraft and extends its service life. The Ogden ALC is expected to perform the series of modifications on a total of six F-35s during fiscal year 2014. Eight F-35s are expected to be inducted into the depot in fiscal year 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo/Alex R. Lloyd) Hill AFB in midst of robust F-35 preparation
Hill AFB’s preparations for the F-35A Lightning II, totaling more than $100 million, with 23 projects to be completed between September 2014 and July 2015, and 36 total projects will be finished once construction concludes in 2019.
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2014
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