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Snapshot: maintainers at work

Airman 1st Class Wyatt Robinson, 436th Maintenance Squadron aircraft hydraulics specialist, identifies a leaky hydraulic line on a C-17 Globemaster III June 27, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Robinson replaced the faulty line after confirming the new part was the correct length. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Airman 1st Class Wyatt Robinson, 436th Maintenance Squadron aircraft hydraulics specialist, identifies a leaky hydraulic line on a C-17 Globemaster III June 27, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Robinson replaced the faulty line after confirming the new part was the correct length. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Master Sgt. Daniel Dioguardi, 736th Aerial Maintenance Squadron production superintendent, signs exceptional release forms on a C-17 Globemaster III May 20, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. All maintenance forms must be meticulously reviewed and signed before an aircraft is cleared for flight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Master Sgt. Daniel Dioguardi, 736th Aerial Maintenance Squadron production superintendent, signs exceptional release forms on a C-17 Globemaster III May 20, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. All maintenance forms must be meticulously reviewed and signed before an aircraft is cleared for flight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Staff Sgt. Lawrence Leonard, 736th Aerial Maintenance Squadron propulsion systems craftsman, stands underneath the wing of a C-17 Globemaster III June 26, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Certain maintenance is performed inside a hangar to protect aircraft components from inclement weather. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Staff Sgt. Lawrence Leonard, 736th Aerial Maintenance Squadron propulsion systems craftsman, stands underneath the wing of a C-17 Globemaster III June 26, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Certain maintenance is performed inside a hangar to protect aircraft components from inclement weather. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Senior Airman Thunderiel Cardoza, 436th Maintenance Squadron C-17 aircraft hydraulics journeyman, communicates with a fellow airman through his radio headset June 27, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Airmen simultaneously performing maintenance tasks in various parts of the aircraft must maintain constant  communication with each other via radio. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Senior Airman Thunderiel Cardoza, 436th Maintenance Squadron C-17 aircraft hydraulics journeyman, communicates with a fellow airman through his radio headset June 27, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Airmen simultaneously performing maintenance tasks in various parts of the aircraft must maintain constant communication with each other via radio. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Senior Airman Caleb Osland, 436th Maintenance Squadron fuel systems repair journeyman, practices moving through an aircraft wing to remove and replace sealant from a tank boundary June 27, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Airmen must traverse tightly enclosed spaces while wearing proper safety equipment.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Senior Airman Caleb Osland, 436th Maintenance Squadron fuel systems repair journeyman, practices moving through an aircraft wing to remove and replace sealant from a tank boundary June 27, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Airmen must traverse tightly enclosed spaces while wearing proper safety equipment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Airman Bryan Peredo, 436th Maintenance Squadron wheel and tire journeyman, sits atop an aircraft tire June 13, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. In 2018, the 436th MXS wheel and tire section replaced and maintained 538 tires from the C-17 Globemaster III and the C-5 Galaxy aircraft at Dover AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Airman Bryan Peredo, 436th Maintenance Squadron wheel and tire journeyman, sits atop an aircraft tire June 13, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. In 2018, the 436th MXS wheel and tire section replaced and maintained 538 tires from the C-17 Globemaster III and the C-5 Galaxy aircraft at Dover AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Sanchez, 436th Maintenance Squadron hydraulics journeyman, dismantles the landing gear strut from a C-5 Galaxy June 27, 2019, at the isochronal maintenance dock Dover Air Force Base, Del. During the 57-day stay at the ISO dock, every system on the aircraft is inspected and repaired as necessary. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Sanchez, 436th Maintenance Squadron hydraulics journeyman, dismantles the landing gear strut from a C-5 Galaxy June 27, 2019, at the isochronal maintenance dock Dover Air Force Base, Del. During the 57-day stay at the ISO dock, every system on the aircraft is inspected and repaired as necessary. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Senior Airman Tyler Bobbitt and Airman 1st Class Samuel Rutledge, both 436th Maintenance Squadron wheel and tire journeymen, clean and inspect aircraft wheel bearings June 13, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. The bearings must be routinely degreased and inspected for corrosion before reinstallation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Senior Airman Tyler Bobbitt and Airman 1st Class Samuel Rutledge, both 436th Maintenance Squadron wheel and tire journeymen, clean and inspect aircraft wheel bearings June 13, 2019, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. The bearings must be routinely degreased and inspected for corrosion before reinstallation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Staff Sgt. Austin Landrum, 436th Maintenance Squadron isochronal assistant floor chief, stands outside a C-5 Galaxy May 20, 2019, at isochronal maintenance dock at Dover Air Force Base, Del. While at the ISO dock, up to 100 airmen and civilians can be working on the aircraft at any one time. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

Staff Sgt. Austin Landrum, 436th Maintenance Squadron isochronal assistant floor chief, stands outside a C-5 Galaxy May 20, 2019, at isochronal maintenance dock at Dover Air Force Base, Del. While at the ISO dock, up to 100 airmen and civilians can be working on the aircraft at any one time. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mauricio Campino)

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