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Work logWork log
Work log

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- An Air Force B-1B Lancer crew chief from the 405th Air Expeditionary Wing documents work in a maintenance log at an Operation Enduring Freedom location. Air Force B-2A Spirit, B-1B, B-52H Stratofortress, F-15E Strike Eagle, F-16 Fighting Falcon and AC-130U gunship aircraft have dropped more than 6,100 tons of munitions, more than 72 percent of the OEF total. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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Posted: 2/10/2003

Guard mountGuard mount
Guard mount

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- Air Force security forces from the 405th Air Expeditionary Wing listen to instruction during guard mount at an Operation Enduring Freedom location. A guard mount is conducted to brief security forces troops before a shift change. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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Work ordersWork orders
Work orders

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- An Air Force engineering and installation technician from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing coordinates a work order over the phone at an operation location during Operation Enduring Freedom. The engineering and installation team is upgrading the infrastructure for U.S. Pacific Air Forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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Posted: 2/10/2003

Load crewLoad crew
Load crew

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- Air Force munitions specialists from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing download Joint Direct Attack Munitions from a B-52H Stratofortress at an operating location in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 28. Coalition forces used about 110 strike aircraft against Taliban and al Qaeda forces Dec. 2. About 90 of those were tactical jet aircraft from sea-based platforms, about 12 to 14 were land-based tactical jets, and between eight and 10 were long-range bombers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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Bomb rackBomb rack
Bomb rack

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- An Air Force munitions specialist from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing changes the configuration of a B-52H Stratofortress external bomb rack from Joint Direct Attack Munitions to conventional munitions at an operating location in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 28. In the first 52 days of Operation Enduring Freedom, the Air Force flew more than 4,600 sorties, almost half of all OEF missions. Air Force bombers, fighters, airlifters, tankers and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance assets are in action every day. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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Posted: 2/10/2003

Red Horse riderRed Horse rider
Red Horse rider

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- As the sun sets, Staff Sgt. Benjamin Pelky, a heavy equipment operator from the 823rd RED HORSE Squadron at Hurlburt Field, Fla., rides off after putting the finishing touches on the base of what soon will be another tent city built for troops deployed at an operating location in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott Reed)
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Engine sixEngine six
Engine six

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- B-52H Stratofortress crew chiefs from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing lock in place the number six engine cover at an operating location in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Coalition forces flew 157 sorties into Afghanistan on Dec. 9. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Cedric H. Rudisill)
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Posted: 2/10/2003

Lancer loadingLancer loading
Lancer loading

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -– An Air Force munitions loader from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing, preps munitions to be loaded onto a B-1B Lancer at an operating location in support of the U.S. Central Command execution of Operation Enduring Freedom. B-1B bombers have dropped more than 3.8 million pounds of weapons and more than 60 percent of all munitions during OEF. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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Posted: 2/10/2003

Safety checkSafety check
Safety check

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- An Air Force crew chief from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing checks the engine intake area of a B-1B Lancer for cracks during a routine safety check. The B-1B is the backbone of America's long-range bomber force providing massive and rapid delivery of precision and non-precision weapons against any potential adversary anywhere around the globe on short notice. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Larry A. Simmons)
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Bombs for the LancerBombs for the Lancer
Bombs for the Lancer

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -– Air Force weapons crews from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing prepare munitions to be loaded on a B-1B Lancer. The B-1B's blended wing and body configuration, along with variable-geometry design and turbofan engines, combine to provide greater range and high speed with enhanced survivability. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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B-1B LancerB-1B Lancer
B-1B Lancer

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- Air Force crew chiefs from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing service a B-1B Lancer engine. The B-1B holds several world records for speed, payload and distance. The National Aeronautic Association recognized the B-1B for completing one of the 10 most memorable record flights for 1994. The B-1B was first used in combat in support of operations against Iraq during Operation Desert Fox in December 1998. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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Post flight inspectionPost flight inspection
Post flight inspection

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM -- An Air Force crew chief from the 28th Air Expeditionary Wing conducts a post flight inspection on a B-1B Lancer in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The first production B-1B flew in October 1984, and the first aircraft was delivered to Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, in June 1985, with initial operational capability on Oct. 1, 1986. The final B-1B was delivered May 2, 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane Cuomo)
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