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Sun, wind and clouds surround the long range radar radome at the top of Towak Mountain, Cape Romanzof, Alaska, on Sep. 26, 2017. The weather is the biggest factor that affects team members ability to accomplish their maintenance mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Depot field team braves Alaska weather to perform radome maintenance
For most of us, getting to work means waking up, showering, maybe some breakfast, then dealing with traffic on a drive of 30 minute or less, and finally, waiting in a long line at a base entrance. For 10 plastic fabricator inspectors in the 309th Electronics Maintenance Group, it’s anything but normal when they leave home for work. These highly skilled workers are responsible for maintaining mission critical radar radomes around the world.
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