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Multinational first responder’s extinguish fire Multinational first responder’s extinguish fire
U.S. Air Force and Kuwaiti firefighters recently joined forces to put out a hangar fire, here.The fire, which was caused by an electrical failure, engulfed a hangar and destroyed a Kuwaiti Air Police AS356-(MOI) 03 Dolphin helicopter.The Kuwaiti firefighters worked side-by-side with the American firemen and they were able to put the fire out before
0 6/12
2018
Senior Airman Elio Esqueda, 386th Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technician, uses a lathe to create a ‘Spline Insert Extractor,’ May 16, 2018, at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. The tool was originally created by Tech. Sgt. Chance Cole and Staff Sgt. Hermann Nunez, 386th Air Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Stoltz) A ‘simple fix’ will save the Air Force a lot of money
In early May, at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, Tech. Sgt. Chance Cole, 386th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flight line expediter, came up with an idea – and it’s going to save the Air Force a lot of money.“We were wrapping up a twelve-hour shift, and two of my guys just spent nearly an entire day replacing a single part
0 6/11
2018
An Afghan Air Force C-208 prepares for take-off after being loaded with almost 1,000 pounds of ammunitions for the AAF’s first emergency air drop June 1, 2018, Kabul Air Wing, Afghanistan. Afghan Air Force Conducts First Emergency Combat Airdrop
Afghan Air Force (AAF) C-208 air crew members conducted their first emergency combat airdrop mission bringing ammunition to Afghan National Police (ANP) and citizens fighting the Taliban in Badakshan province, June 1.Afghan aircrew members conducted mission planning, prepared nearly 1,000 pounds of ammunition for delivery and successfully dropped
0 6/05
2018
Airmen from the 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management office walk to a decontamination site after responding to hazardous materials at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, May 30, 2018. The team found materials used to remove rubber from the runway. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua King) Well trained Marauders respond to real-world HAZMAT material
The 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management team responded to unknown chemicals in unmarked barrels, May 29 and 30 at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia.When the 19 unmarked barrels were found, 13 were at one site and six at another across base, emergency management got to work on a plan to examine and identify their
0 5/31
2018
A 34th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron B-1B Lancer aircraft departs from Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, May 19, 2018. The reputable B-1 returned to the area of operations in April to combat Taliban and other terrorist groups after two years of supporting the United States Pacific Command’s AOR. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua Horton) 379th AEW bomber strikes Taliban drug facilities
A B-1B Lancer aircraft from the 34th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron here bombed multiple Taliban narcotics production and storage facilities in Afghanistan during a mission on May 18.
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2018
Airmen with the 332nd Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron Munitions Flight builds bombs for the F-15E at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia May 19, 2018. 332nd EMXS Munitions Flight arms up F-15s
F15E Strike Eagles with the 494th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron work to eliminate the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria while also providing stability to the Levant as part of Operation Inherent Resolve. To accomplish their missions, they first need weaponry, which the 332nd Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron Munitions Flight provides.
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2018
Senior Airman Eric Pashnick, 5th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron crew chief, inspects an engine on a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft May 23, 2018, at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. The primary mission of the C-17 here is to provide rapid strategic delivery of troops and various types of cargo to bases throughout the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Stoltz) No laughing matter – 5th EAMS ‘Jokers’ play critical role in OIR
With more than 1,000 successful missions in the last six months, the 5th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron, known as ‘The Jokers,’ supports Operation Inherent Resolve’s busiest port in the area of responsibility at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia.As a tenant unit under the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, the 5th EAMS is responsible for
0 5/27
2018
Senior Airman Elliot Briggs (left), a maintenance analyst technician with the 455th Expeditionary Maintenance Group, and Spc. Leon Briggs, a vehicle mechanic with the 1-87th Infantry Battalion, 10th Mountain Infantry Division, pose for a photo at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, May 12. The deployment to Afghanistan is the first time the two brothers have been deployed to the same location since enlisting. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Eugene Crist) Brothers in Arms
Deploying abroad is typical for service members in the U.S. military. It means an extended period away, little contact with family or friends and relying on other service members during those hard times while so far from home. This is the reality for most Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines in Afghanistan, except for the Briggs brothers.
0 5/23
2018
An Afghan Air Force A-29 taxis to a parking spot March 6, 2018, Kabul Air Wing, Afghanistan. The A-29 is highly maneuverable, and capable of operating in austere environments and rugged terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jared J. Duhon) Laser Guided Bombs enhance Afghan Air Force Strike Capability
Since March 22, the Afghan Air Force (AAF) has both introduced and increased the use of precision guided munitions in southern Afghanistan.  “The recent addition of laser-guided bomb strike capability is huge for the Afghan Air Force,” said U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Justin Williams, 438th Air Expeditionary Advisor Squadron commander. “Afghanistan did
0 5/21
2018
An Afghan Air Force maintenance professional tie down the propellers of an Mi-17 at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, May 7, 2018. This was one of six Mi-17s that received damage from aggressors so far this year, but after extensive sheet metal repairs, the aircraft are all continuing operational missions. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Erin Recanzone) Mi-17s ready for action
Two Afghan Air Force Mi-17s that received significant mortar damage in January, have been returned to a fully operational status at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan as of May 8. So far this year, six Mi-17s have received damages from enemy aggressors, but Afghan maintainers, with guidance from their Train, Advise and Assist counterparts, have been
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