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U.S., Jan. 8, 2024 - SF soldier volunteers Bulldog, Razor, et al, sorted medical supplies to take with different teams to different deployments. Then they stuck around and helped do some general organizing. Lots of fun and laughter!   SOT introduced them to a lunch of pool hall hot dogs! The particular facility is supposed to be briefly closed post-holiday crunch, but has had many, many tasks every day accommodating various movements. All Together Now!®

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Airman 1st Class Lyric Kennedy, 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion journeyman, performs maintenance on one of the four engines of the C-17 Globemaster III during the 62nd Airlift Wing’s all-female, five-day mission on the flightline at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., March 25, 2024. The C-17 has a maximum load capacity of 170,900, making it useful in the transportation of large assets. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Colleen Anthony)

Travis Air Force Base, California. (March 25, 2024): In a job that truly requires a “Jack of All Trades”, Air Force Propulsion Journeymen are charged with repairing and maintaining some of the most sophisticated aircraft in the world. In this photo by Airman Colleen Anthony, Airman 1st Class Lyric Kennedy, an aerospace propulsion journeyman with the 62nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, performs maintenance on one of the four engines on the giant C-17 Globemaster III transport plane.

Aerospace Propulsion specialists are the prime reason our aircraft keep flying.

They evaluate, maintain, and repair jet engines on virtually anything the Air Force flies. Their duties include troubleshooting engine problems and determining repair procedures and can even replace entire engines “on the fly.” These talented mechanics also install, inspect, and repair a variety of engine components including propellers. Their knowledge of the intricacies of complex propulsion systems is vital to keeping aircraft serviced so they can be ready to go at a moment’s notice.

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BODO, NORWAY, March 8, 2022 - II MEF presents secure expeditionary communication capability - U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jared Curtis (left), and Lance Cpl. Dylan Shawver, guard force sentries with 2d Marine Expeditionary Support Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, pose with a portable handset enabled with PacStar Radio over Internet Protocol (RoIP) during Exercise Cold Response 2022, Bodo, Norway, March 9, 2022. PacStar RoIP is a critical communication capability which enables instantaneous and simultaneous two-way radio

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