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Tech. Sgt. Shannon Fairburn, an aircraft maintainer for the home station check shop, Master Sgt. Jacob Heavner, an electrical and environmental technician, and Kevin Barrick, a home station check aircraft inspector, discuss tasks on a current state value stream map depicting all of the tasks involved in a home station check aircraft inspection, during a 4-day continuous process improvement workshop at the 167th Airlift Wing in November. Civilian clothes were authorized for the event to encourage open discussions. Maintainers collaborate to improve home station aircraft inspections
A process improvement workshop aimed to create more efficient C-17 Globemaster III aircraft inspections was conducted at the 167th Airlift Wing, Martinsburg, W.Va., Nov. 13-17.
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2017
Propulsion specialists, Tech. Sgt. Jarrod Plotner and staff Sgt. Ben Wibmerly, third and fourth from right, pose for a photo with engine maintainers for the Indian Air Force, beside a C-17 Globmaster, a recent addition to the IAF. Plotner and Wimberly helped train their Indian counterparts on C-17 engine maintenance procedures in October and November. Aircraft engine specialists train Indian Air Force counterparts
Two 167th maintainers spent nearly 30 days in India, recently, to provide engine training to the Indian Air Force’s C-17 Globemaster III aircraft maintainers.
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2017
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