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362 TRS, B-52 crew cheif362 TRS, B-52 crew cheif
362 TRS, B-52 crew cheif

An airman from the 362nd TRS monitors pressure and settings while doing a maintenance check on the tire of a B-52. The 362nd TRS B-52 Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice course teaches airmen the fundamentals of becoming a B-52 Crew Chief. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Josh Wilson)
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Posted: 7/11/2012

482 ASG completes first ever TXSG annual training482 ASG completes first ever TXSG annual training
482 ASG completes first ever TXSG annual training

Col. Frank Stead, Deputy J-3 TXSG HQ (left), discusses shelter managment procedures with (right to left) Airman 1st Class Carolyn James, Senior Airman Randy Willis, Senior Airman Spencer Hauenstein and Master Sgt. Jesse Doria Jun. 29, 2012 at Camp Bowie Training Center in Brownwood, Texas. The Air Component Command is at Camp Bowie for the Texas State Guard's 2012 annual training. (Texas State Guard photo/SMSgt Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

482 ASG completes first ever TXSG annual training482 ASG completes first ever TXSG annual training
482 ASG completes first ever TXSG annual training

Master Sgt. Jesse Doria (left) and Airman 1st Class Jeremy Parker, both with the 482nd Air Support Group at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, practice setting up a shelter entry control point during training Jun. 29, 2012. The 482nd ASG is at Camp Bowie Training Center in Brownwood, Texas, for the Texas State Guard's 2012 annual training. (Texas State Guard photo/SMSgt Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

Students in the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot training program practice releasing themselves from a mock parachute canopy during training at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas on Jun 15, 2012. Understanding parachute techniques is part of the physiology training curriculum taught to first-year pilots. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

2nd. Lt. Shanon Davis, student in the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot training program, listens to egress instructions while seated in a T-6 Texan mock cockpit during training Jun 13, 2012 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Egress training is part of the physiological training curriculum taught by the 82nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

Students in the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot training program get ready for an altitude chamber flight at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas on Jun 15, 2012. Learning to deal with hypoxia, or lack of blood to the brain and blood, is demonstrated through altitude chamber flights. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

Senior Airman Katia (left), 82nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron aerospace and operational physiology specialist, explains the dynamics of the Barany Chair to Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program student 2nd Lt. Shanon Davis during physiology training at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, Jun 8, 2012. The Barany Chair simulates spacial disorientation pilots would be exposed to during actual flight. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training students undergo an altitude chamber flight Jun 8, 2012 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Undergraduate Pilot Training students receive 50 hours of physiological training over the first year of training and all pilots and aircrew are required to take refresher training every five years, to include exposure to hypoxia symptoms. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

Senior Airman Katia Cordon (left), 82nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron aerospace and operational physiology technician, educates Airman 1st Class Allison Freeman about spacial disorientation during Barany Chair training Jun 8, 2012 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. The spacial disorientation simulator creates the same feelings pilots and aircrew have while in actual flight. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

Undergraduate pilot training students in the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training program take part in an altitude chamber flight at Sheppard Air Force Base Jun 8, 2012. Altitude training to recognize the symptoms of hypoxia, a lack of oxygen to the blood and brain, is a critical part of ensuring pilots and aircrew are ready to endure the stressors with altitude-induced human factors. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

Airman 1st Class Allison Freeman, 82nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron aerospace and operational physiology technician, assists a Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training student with his oxygen mask prior to an altitude chamber flight Jun 8, 2012 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Undergraduate Pilot Training students are exposed to low-pressure altitude flights to experience the onset of hypoxia, or a lack of oxygen to the blood and brain, as part of the physiology training required of all military aviators. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

Physiology training combats human factorsPhysiology training combats human factors
Physiology training combats human factors

Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training students learn about the human factors that can derail them and their aircraft in flight Jun 7, 2012 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Undergraduate Pilot Training students receive 50 hours of physiological training over the first year of training and all pilots and aircrew are required to take refresher training every five years, to include exposure to hypoxia symptoms. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Hawkins)
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Posted: 7/2/2012

    

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