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SNAPSHOT: COVID-19 doesn't slow down Dover AFB aerial port

Jeff Vanderpool, 436th Maintenance Squadron marshaler, guides in a transient aircraft April 9, 2020, on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Vanderpool is part of the transient maintenance flight that recovers, services and launches over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year that transit Dover AFB. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

Scott Phillips, 436th Maintenance Squadron aircraft mechanic supervisor, puts on ear protection April 9, 2020, on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Phillips is part of the transient maintenance flight that recovers, services and launches over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year that transit Dover AFB. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

A marshaler guides a 436th Aerial Port Squadron K-loader operator April 9, 2020, on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Transient aircraft teams support over 1,300 aircraft per year and continue to support those mission despite a global pandemic. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

A marshaler guides a 436th Aerial Port Squadron K-loader operator April 9, 2020, on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Transient aircraft teams support over 1,300 aircraft per year and continue to support those mission despite a global pandemic. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

Airman 1st Class Jacob Wilcox, 436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technician, listens to walkie-talkie communications while unloading cargo at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. The technicians wear gloves and masks while loading and unloading cargo to combat COVID-19. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

Airman 1st Class Jacob Wilcox, 436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technician, listens to walkie-talkie communications while unloading cargo at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. The technicians wear gloves and masks while loading and unloading cargo to combat COVID-19. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

Jeff Vanderpool, 436th Maintenance Squadron marshaler, guides in a transient aircraft April 9, 2020, on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Vanderpool is part of the transient maintenance flight that recovers, services and launches over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year that transit Dover AFB. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

Jeff Vanderpool, 436th Maintenance Squadron marshaler, guides in a transient aircraft April 9, 2020, on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Vanderpool is part of the transient maintenance flight that recovers, services and launches over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year that transit Dover AFB. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

Jeff Vanderpool, 436th Maintenance Squadron marshaler, guides in a transient aircraft April 9, 2020, on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Vanderpool is part of the transient maintenance flight that recovers, services and launches over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year that transit Dover AFB. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

Jeff Vanderpool, 436th Maintenance Squadron marshaler, guides in a transient aircraft April 9, 2020, on Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Vanderpool is part of the transient maintenance flight that recovers, services and launches over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year that transit Dover AFB. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

A 436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technician drives a K-loader at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. Dover AFB is the largest aerial port in the Department of Defense, supporting over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

A 436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technician drives a K-loader at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. Dover AFB is the largest aerial port in the Department of Defense, supporting over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technicians unload cargo from a transient aircraft at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. Dover AFB is the largest aerial port in the Department of Defense, supporting over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technicians unload cargo from a transient aircraft at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. Dover AFB is the largest aerial port in the Department of Defense, supporting over 1,300 non-Dover aircraft per year. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

A 436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technician unloads cargo from a transient aircraft at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. The technicians wear gloves and masks while loading and unloading cargo to combat COVID-19. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

A 436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technician unloads cargo from a transient aircraft at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. The technicians wear gloves and masks while loading and unloading cargo to combat COVID-19. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technicians unload cargo from a transient aircraft at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. Transient aircraft teams support over 1,300 aircraft per year and continue to support those mission despite a global pandemic. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp services technicians unload cargo from a transient aircraft at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 9, 2020. Transient aircraft teams support over 1,300 aircraft per year and continue to support those mission despite a global pandemic. To help combat COVID-19, personnel limit direct contact with transient crews and aircraft interiors while wearing cloth masks, practicing social distancing and washing or sanitizing hands frequently. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Quail)

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