Moody A-10 engine maintainers make history
Tech. Sgt. Matthew Cohen, 23d Maintenance Group quality assurance (QA) inspector, scans the components of an A-10C Thunderbolt II TF34 engine during a QA inspection, May 24, 2016, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. For the first time, in Aug. 2018, the 23d MXS propulsion flight ensured every TF34 engine in their fleet was repaired to serviceable status with zero required maintenance work. While they normally maintain the 74th and 75th Aircraft Maintenance Unit’s engines in support of Moody’s close-air support mission, the backshop will now centralize their TF34 repair efforts to assist other bases and Major Commands. This has allowed the flight to play a vital role in helping secure an Air Force-wide 200 percent ‘war-ready’ engine status, the highest in the TF34’s 40-year history. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)

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Photo by: Airman 1st Class Greg Nash |  VIRIN: 160524-F-OX377-122.JPG