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Propulsion specialists, Tech. Sgt. Jarrod Plotner and staff Sgt. Ben Wibmerly, third and fourth from right, pose for a photo with engine maintainers for the Indian Air Force, beside a C-17 Globmaster, a recent addition to the IAF. Plotner and Wimberly helped train their Indian counterparts on C-17 engine maintenance procedures in October and November. Aircraft engine specialists train Indian Air Force counterparts
Two 167th maintainers spent nearly 30 days in India, recently, to provide engine training to the Indian Air Force’s C-17 Globemaster III aircraft maintainers.
0 12/03
2017
Team Misawa supports Wisconsin guardsmen, executes mission Misawa Air Base supports Wisconsin Guardsmen
The 35th Maintenance Squadron recently backed four Air National Guardsmen from the 115th Fighter Wing, better known as the "Badgers," based out of Madison, Wisconsin, by providing them a centralized repair facility.
0 10/31
2017
U.S. Air Force Airmen with the 153rd Maintenance Group's Crash Damage or Disabled Aircraft Recovery team conduct a safety briefing prior to jacking an A-7 Corsair II aircraft, May 11, 2017 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Maintainers from all aircraft specialties practiced moving a fighter aircraft from the mud into a parking spot as part of an annual CDDAR requirement. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Charles Delano/released) Wyoming ANG maintainers practice recovering fighter aircraft
Flying units, like the 153rd Airlift Wing, Wyoming Air National Guard, are required by the Air Force to maintain CDDAR capability. This is broken down into two phases – initial response and recovery. The maintenance group CDDAR team is responsible for the latter – recovery – which includes coordinating efforts to move the damaged or disabled aircraft to a parking or storage area.
0 5/17
2017
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