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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Saturday, April 17, 2021

919th SOW maintainers: Socially distant, operationally ready | U.S. Air Force

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A small group from the 919th Special Operations Maintenance Squadron located at Duke Field have been working to remain prepared despite the coronavirus pandemic. One of these essential tasks is working to keep the wing’s C-146A operating. They can be seen working while wearing face masks and gloves when within six feet of other airmen. “We have established rolling work shifts that minimizes a member’s exposure to other members within the organization to meet the social distancing guidelines set by the CDC,” commented Lt. Col. Daniel Posch, commander of the 919th SOMXG. Certain training has also continued, as teaching someone how to repair an engine is virtually impossible to accomplish online.

Source: https://www.919sow.afrc.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/2153911/919th-sow-maintainers-socially-distant-operationally-ready/

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