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Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Riley Neads operates an air cannon from a deicing truck to blow snow off of the wing of an OC-135 Open Skies aircraft Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat the aircraft and to remove snow and ice. Neads is a crew chief assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Posted: 2/9/2015

Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kyle Kindig operates an air cannon from a deicing truck to blow snow off the wing of an OC-135 Open Skies aircraft Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat the aircraft and to remove snow and ice. Kindig is a guidance and control maintenance technician assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Posted: 2/9/2015

Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kyle Kindig operates an air cannon from a deicing truck to blow snow off the wing of an OC-135 Open Skies aircraft Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat the aircraft and to remove snow and ice. Kindig is a guidance and control maintenance technician assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Riley Neads, left, and U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kyle Kindig, right, operate air cannons from deicing trucks to blow snow off of an OC-135 Open Skies aircraft Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat the aircraft and to remove snow and ice. Neads and Kindig are assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Posted: 2/9/2015

Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kyle Kindig, left, and U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Riley Neads, right, operate air cannons from deicing trucks to blow snow off of an OC-135 Open Skies aircraft Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat the aircraft and to remove snow and ice. Kindig and Neads are assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kyle Kindig climbs into the bucket of a deicing truck boom Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. The equipment is used to blow accumulated snow off of aircraft and to spray a deicing fluid as part of preparations for an aircraft takeoff during colder weather. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat the aircraft and to remove snow and ice. Kindig is a guidance and control maintenance technician assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

Crew chiefs from the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron move aerospace ground equipment while preparing an RC-135 Rivet Joint for launch Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat aircraft and to remove snow and ice from the aircraft prior to take-off. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Vincent Vasquez, left, U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Jordan Scott, background, and U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Jacob Bryson, right, standby while preparing an RC-135 Rivet Joint for launch Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat aircraft and to remove snow and ice from the aircraft prior to take-off. They are all crew chiefs assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Vincent Vasquez, left, U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Jordan Scott and Senior Airman Jacob Bryson, right, standby while preparing an RC-135 Rivet Joint for launch Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat aircraft and to remove snow and ice from the aircraft prior to take-off. They are all crew chiefs assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Out of the snow, into the skyOut of the snow, into the sky
Out of the snow, into the sky

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Jacob Bryson and another airman push a heater cart out of the path of an RC-135 Rivet Joint while preparing the aircraft for launch Feb. 3 at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. Additional maintenance time is typically needed during winter operations to heat aircraft and to remove snow and ice from the aircraft prior to take-off. Bryson is a crew chief assigned to the 83rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 55 Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Posted: 2/9/2015

Offutt Fire Department is recommended for international accreditationOffutt Fire Department is recommended for international accreditation
Offutt Fire Department is recommended for international accreditation

Members of the Offutt Fire Department pose with four assessors from the Commission on Fire Accreditation International following a three-and-a-half day look behind the scenes at the unit on Nov. 5, Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. After a two-year process, the department was recommended for an accreditation and becomes the fortieth fire department within the Department of Defense, the fourteenth within the Air Force, and one of only 195 worldwide to earn the accreditation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Charles Haymond/Released)
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Posted: 11/7/2014

Keeping the Nightwatch flyingKeeping the Nightwatch flying
Keeping the Nightwatch flying

A crew chief assigned to the 1st Aircraft Maintenance Unit at Offutt Air Force Base Neb. walks out onto the wing of an E-4B Nightwatch aircraft on Sept. 4, 2014 as he performs maintenance checks. Crew Chiefs will spend three to four weeks performing a thorough inspection of the aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Josh Plueger/Released)
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Posted: 9/10/2014

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Smoothalicious

Hanna True, Smoothalicious employee, prepares a smoothie for a customer June 6. Smoothalicious is located inside of the Offutt Field House and offers a variety of sandwiches, salads and their specialty, smoothies. (U.S. Air Force photo by D.P. Heard/Released)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

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Smoothalicious

Brandi Busse, Smoothalicious employee, prepares a sandwich for a customer June 6 inside the Offutt Field House. Since its opening, Smoothalicious has seen a business increase of 204 percent over the previous owner (U.S. Air Force photo by D.P. Heard/Released)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

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Smoothalicious

U.S Air Force Master Sgt. Jacqueline Adair, U.S. Strategic Command computer networking specialist, shares a laugh with Ayten Hooper, Smoothalicious owner and operator, June 6 at the Offutt Field House. Smoothalicious offers a variety of sandwiches, salads and their specialty, smoothies. (U.S. Air Force photo by D.P. Heard/Released)
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Posted: 8/1/2014

Mock TrialMock Trial
Mock Trial

U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt. Ryan Crnkovich, 55th Wing legal intern, cross examines a simulated victim of sexual assault while acting as the defense counsel in a ‘mock trial’ held July 10 inside the Offutt AFB court room. All Airmen attending the week-long First Term Airmen’s Center orientation course will participate in a ‘mock trial’ as part of their training. The 55th Wing legal office created the program with the goal of preventing sexual assault through education and awareness. (U. S. Air Force photo/Delanie Stafford)
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Posted: 7/30/2014

Mock TrialMock Trial
Mock Trial

Airmen listen to opening statements during a ‘mock trial’ held June 19 inside the Offutt AFB court room. All Airmen attending the week-long First Term Airmen’s Center orientation course will participate in a mock trial as part of their training. The 55th Wing legal office created the program with the goal of preventing sexual assault through education and awareness. (U. S. Air Force photo/Delanie Stafford)
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Mock Trial

Airman 1st Class Mychal Allen (right), 55th Maintenance Squadron, asks U. S. Air Force Capt. Dave Rolek, 55th Wing assistant staff judge advocate, questions during the first ever ‘mock trial’ held June 9 inside the Offutt AFB court room. All Airmen attending the week-long First Term Airmen’s Center orientation course will participate in a mock trial as part of their training. The 55th Wing legal office created the program with the goal of preventing sexual assault through education and awareness. (U. S. Air Force photo/Delanie Stafford)
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Mock TrialMock Trial
Mock Trial

U. S. Air Force Capt. Dave Rolek, 55th Wing assistant staff judge advocate, cross examines a simulated defendant charged with sexual assault during the first ever ‘mock trial’ held June 9 inside the Offutt AFB court room. All Airmen attending the week-long First Term Airmen’s Center orientation course will participate in a mock trial as part of their training. The 55th Wing legal office created the program with the goal of preventing sexual assault through education and awareness. (U. S. Air Force photo/Delanie Stafford)
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Posted: 7/30/2014

New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blendNew tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend
New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend

A photo of foreign object damage to compressor blades. The new Wolf Blending Scope tool purchased by the 55th Aerospace Maintenance Squadron will allow Offutt maintainers to repair damage to the blades inside aircraft engines ‘on the wing’ saving in manpower and contractor repair costs. (Photo courtesy of General Electric)
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Posted: 3/24/2014

New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blendNew tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend
New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend

Master Sgt. Steve Pakusch, 55th Aerospace Maintenance Squadron production superintendent, inspects a compressor blade after using a Wolf Blending Scope to grind down irregularities caused by foreign object damage inside an aircraft hangar at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. March 19. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Posted: 3/24/2014

New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blendNew tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend
New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend

Master Sgt. Steve Pakusch, 55th Aerospace Maintenance Squadron production superintendent, demonstrate how the Wolf Blending Scope is used to fix damaged compressor blades inside an aircraft hangar at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. March 19.. An adjustable grinding tool attached to a rod about three feet long is inserted through a one-inch port on the side of an aircraft engine, which allows Pakusch to grind down irregularities without removing the engine from the aircraft and taking it apart. A light on the end of the scope along with a camera provide a high quality video feed to an external monitor, necessary for the repairs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Posted: 3/24/2014

New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blendNew tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend
New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend

Master Sgt. Steve Pakusch, 55th Aerospace Maintenance Squadron production superintendent, explains how the Wolf Blending Scope works inside an aircraft hangar at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. March 19. An adjustable grinding tool attached to a rod about three feet long can be inserted through a one-inch port on the side of an aircraft engine, which allows Pakusch to grind down irregularities without removing the engine from the aircraft and taking it apart. A light on the end of the scope along with a camera provide a high quality video feed to an external monitor, necessary for the repairs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Posted: 3/24/2014

New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blendNew tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend
New tool provides Offutt maintainers with just the right blend

55th Aerospace Maintenance Squadron personnel demonstrate how the Wolf Blending Scope is used to grind down irregularities on damaged compressor blades inside an aircraft hangar at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. March 19.. (U.S. Air Force photo by Delanie Stafford/Released)
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Posted: 3/24/2014

    

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