403rd Wing   Right Corner Banner
Join the AF Reserve

Photos > Media Gallery
Show 12 24 48
 
Airman FilesAirman Files
Airman Files

Tech Sgt. Victor Boscareno has been with the 403rd Wing since 2009. Boscareno feels that his most significant impact while serving in the wing was as the flight safety representative. His efforts have led to fewer accidents and an overall safer working environment for his wingmates. He is most proud of his work repairing the belly of a Flying Jenny aircraft that left the runway in an incident in 2011 while deployed overseas.
Airman Files


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/27/2015

Change of CommandChange of  ...
Change of Command

Lt. Col. Robert Poncet, 403rd Mission Support Group deputy commander, passes the 403rd Civil Engineering Squardon guidon to in coming 403rd CES Commander Maj. Quinton Sasnett during a change of command ceremony 7 Feb at the 815th Airlift Squadron auditorium.
Change of ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/24/2015

Step FourStep Four
Step Four

Step Four: Tech Sgt. Ronnie Graham, a turboprop craftsman with the 403rd Maintenance Squadron, rolls out any creases or bubbles in the rubber sleeve after attaching it to a C-130Jpropeller 11 Feb in the Roberts Consolidated Maintenance Facility at Keesler Air Force Base. The rubber sleeve fits onto the leading edge of a propeller of a C-130J aircraft and provides protection and anti icing capabilities. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Brian Lamar)
Step Four


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/20/2015

Step ThreeStep Three
Step Three

Step Three: Tech Sgt. Ronnie Graham, a turboprop craftsman with the 403rd Maintenance Squadron, carefully attaches a rubber sleeve to a C-130Jpropeller 11 Feb in the Roberts Consolidated Maintenance Facility at Keesler Air Force Base. The rubber sleeve fits onto the leading edge of a propeller of a C-130J aircraft and provides protection and anti icing capabilities. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Brian Lamar)
Step Three


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/20/2015

Step TwoStep Two
Step Two

Step Two: Tech Sgt. Ronnie Graham, a turboprop craftsman with the 403rd Maintenance Squadron, applies a specialized adhesive to the propeller 11 Feb in the Roberts Consolidated Maintenance Facility at Keesler Air Force Base. The adhesive will be used to fasten a rubber sleeve fits onto the leading edge of a propeller of a C-130J aircraft during a replacement procedure. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Brian Lamar)
Step Two


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/20/2015

Step OneStep One
Step One

Step one: Tech Sgt. Ronnie Graham, a turboprop craftsman with the 403rd Maintenance Squadron, preps the inside of a rubber sleeve with acetone 11 Feb in the Roberts Consolidated Maintenance Facility at Keesler Air Force Base.. The rubber sleeve fits onto the leading edge of a propeller of a C-130J aircraft during a replacement procedure. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Brian Lamar)
Step One


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/20/2015

blocked partsblocked parts
blocked parts

Tech Sgt. Michael Stansbury, a crew chief with the 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron works to open the valve that is getting blocked by corrosion, which is causing pressurization issues in the C-103J aircraft.
blocked parts


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/20/2015

Maintainer honoredMaintainer  ...
Maintainer honored

Master Sgt. James Rials, a crew chief with the 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron inspects the sediment from the corrosion that affected the pressurization a C-130J aircraft at Keesler Air Force Base, 10 Feb.
Maintainer ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/20/2015

Blocked air tubesBlocked air  ...
Blocked air tubes

Tech Sgt. Vincent Hawkins, a crew chief with the 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron inspects the affected area of a C-130J aircraft at Keesler Air Force Base, 10 Feb.
Blocked air ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/20/2015

Simulation stationSimulation  ...
Simulation station

Tech Sgt. Ronnie Graham a turboprop craftsman with the 403rd Maintenance Squadron goes through his checklist to suppress and extinguish a fire during a fire drill in the 403rd C-103J simulator 6 Jan. Graham is one of 120 maintainer students who endure the annual maintenance engine run refresher course each year. (U.S. photo/Master Sgt. Brian Lamar)
Simulation ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/13/2015

tow bartow bar
tow bar

Tech Sgt. Ralph Guevara, Aerospace Ground Equipment craftsman assigned to the 403rd Maintenance Squadron, repairs an aircraft tow bar 30 Jan 2015 in the Roberts Consolidated Maintenance Facility at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. The AGE shop is responsible for the maintenace and repair of all ground equipment assigned to the 403rd Wing. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Brian Lamar)
tow bar


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 2/2/2015

generator raidergenerator raider
generator raider

Staff Sgt. Daniel Michael, Aerospace Ground Equipment craftsman assigned to the 403rd Maintenance Squadron adjusts governor actuator on a generator 30 Jan. 2015 in the Roberts Consolidated Maintenance Facility at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. The AGE shop is responsible for the maintenace and repair of all ground equipment assigned to the 403rd Wing.
generator raider


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 1/30/2015

    

 Inside 403rd Wing

ima cornerSearch

ima cornerCategories
All Photos
   
   815th/345th
   Aircraft
   ASTS
   Equipment
   Hurricane Hunters
   Maintenance
   News Photos
   People
   Support

Site Map      Contact Us     Questions     USA.gov     Security and Privacy notice     E-publishing  
Suicide Prevention    SAPR   IG   EEO   Accessibility/Section 508   No FEAR Act