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Maintenance Ready

Toby Pfannenstiel, Kenneth Calpito and Roger Jackson, base contractors for the 80th Training Wing, perform maintenance on a T-6A Texan II at Sheppard Air Force Base Aug. 26, 2014. The T-6A Texan II is a single-engine, two-seat primary trainer designed to train student pilots in the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Danny Webb/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2014

Ready to Go!Ready to Go!
Ready to Go!

The 80th Flying Training Wing, T-38’s Talon aligned in a row outside the maintenance hangar at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, on Aug. 26, 2014. The Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program is the world's only multi-nationally manned and managed flying training program. There are 13 NATO countries which participate in the 55-week program, flying the T-6 Texan II and the T-38C Talon. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Danny Webb/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2014

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Jack Banks, president of the Wichita Falls Disc Golf Association, Brig. Gen. Scott Kindsvater, 82nd Training Wing commander, Col. Lance Bunch, 80th Flying Training Wing commander and Lt. Col. Joseph Chargualaf, 82nd Force Support Squadron commander, ceremonially opened the newly transformed Wind Creek Park Aug. 25, 2014, during an official ribbon cutting ceremony introducing the disc golf course to Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. The base partnered with the Wichita Falls Disc Golf Association to complete the project. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Robert L. McIlrath)
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Posted: 8/28/2014

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Hotter’N Hell participants cruise through Airpower Alley on Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, Aug. 23, 2014. Cyclists competing in the Hotter’N Hell bike race passes through Airpower Alley where riders had the opportunity to meet and greet Air Force pilots and take pictures with several different aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Robert L. McIlrath)
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Posted: 8/25/2014

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Brig. Gen. Scott Kindsvater, 82nd Training Wing Commander, exchanges high-fives with Airmen-in-Training as he passes through Airmen’s Alley during the Hotter’N Hell bike race Aug. 23, 2014. Airmen’s Alley was filled with hundreds of AiT’s from different training Squadrons who cheered on the thousands of bikers riding through Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Robert L. McIlrath)
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Posted: 8/25/2014

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Apache helicopters refuels

Three U.S. Army, AH 64 Delta Apache helicopters land at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, for refueling enroute to Fort Carson, Colo., on Aug. 14, 2014. U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Anthony Bailey, opens the fuel port to refuel his helicopter with the assistance of James Wallace and Sammy Ellis base contractors from refuel management. (U.S. Air Force photo by Danny Webb/Released)
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Posted: 8/14/2014

CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

Instructors from the 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-135 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-135 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

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CDDAR's Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-135 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-135 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-135 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

CDDAR BestCDDAR Best
CDDAR Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-135 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

    

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