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Staff Sgt. Bryan Jernigan, a dedicated crew chief assigned to the 388th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, reveals the name on an F-35A aircraft of the 34th Fighter Squadron's new commander, Lt. Col. George R. Watkins, during the squadron’s activation ceremony July 17 at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The 34th will be the first combat squadron to fly the Air Force’s newest fighter aircraft, the F-35A. The squadron has an extremely rich history. After many contributions in major U.S. conflicts, the 34th was relocated to Hill AFB on Dec. 8, 1975, where they became the first fighter squadron to receive the F-16 fighter aircraft. The squadron’s first F-35A will arrive in September. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd/Released)
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Posted: 7/20/2015

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Two F-35A Lightning II aircraft are on static display during the 34th Fighter Squadron’s activation ceremony held July 17 at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The 34th will be the first combat squadron to fly the Air Force’s newest fighter aircraft, the F-35A. The squadron has an extremely rich history. After many contributions in major U.S. conflicts, the 34th was relocated to Hill AFB on Dec. 8, 1975, where they became the first fighter squadron to receive the F-16 fighter aircraft. The squadron’s first F-35A will arrive in September. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd/Released)
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Posted: 7/20/2015

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An F-35A Lightning II aircraft from Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., breaks hard left trailing wingtip vortexes behind as it arrives at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, where it will be seen on static display during the 34th Fighter Squadron’s activation ceremony July 17 at Hill AFB. The 34th will be the first combat squadron to fly the Air Force’s newest fighter aircraft, the F-35A. The squadron has an extremely rich history. After many contributions in major U.S. conflicts, the 34th was relocated to Hill AFB on Dec. 8, 1975, where they became the first fighter squadron to receive the F-16 fighter aircraft. The squadron’s first F-35A will arrive in September. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd/Released)
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Posted: 7/20/2015

F-35B check flightF-35B check flight
F-35B check flight

First ever check flight of an USMC F-35B STOVL Joint Strike Fighter aircraft at Hill AFB, Utah June 18. The aircraft was undergoing a functional check flight following modifications at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex. (Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd)
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Posted: 6/19/2015

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F-35B check flight

First ever take off of an USMC F-35B STOVL Joint Strike Fighter aircraft at Hill AFB, Utah June 18. The aircraft was undergoing a functional check flight following modifications at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex. (Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd/Release)
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Posted: 6/19/2015

Blending toolBlending tool
Blending tool

Pictured is the newly-developed blending tool, manufactured at the 309th Commodities Maintenance Group, and used at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex to blend F-16 repairs more accurately at precise depths to ensure structural integrity. The tool is an example of "The AFSC Way" pursuit of speed, safety, and quality.
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Posted: 5/29/2015

Blending toolBlending tool
Blending tool

Mike Russell, a structures technician, assembles the blending too used to blend F-16 repairs more accurately at precise depths to ensure structural integrity. The tool is an example of "The AFSC Way" pursuit of speed, safety, and quality.
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Posted: 5/29/2015

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Marine F-35Bs at Hiil

Two Marine Corps F-35B Lightning aircraft arrived at Hill AFB on Feb. 2 for planned modifications by the 570th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. The work is planned for completion on July 1. (U.S. Air Force/Bill Orndorff)
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Posted: 2/18/2015

Ogden aircraft uniteOgden aircraft unite
Ogden aircraft unite

An F-22 and an F-35, flown by Air Force Reserve Command pilots from the 514th Flight Test Squadron here fly over the Utah Test and Training Range during a functional check flight approximately 75 miles west of Hill AFB. (Air Force photo)
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Posted: 2/10/2015

Ogden aircraft unite Ogden aircraft unite
Ogden aircraft unite

Air Force Reserve Command pilots from the 514th Flight Test Squadron here flew an historic four-ship formation of Ogden Air Logistics Complex depot fighter aircraft (from left to right: F-35, F-22, A-10, F-16) The jets were over the Utah Test and Training Range approximately 75 miles west of Hill AFB, setting up to execute scheduled functional check flights and proficiency training missions, Jan. 29. (Air Force photo)
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Posted: 2/6/2015

All dressed upAll dressed up
All dressed up

Fuel mechanics with the 574th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron inspect fuel panels on an F-22 Raptor, brought to the Ogden Air Logistics Complex for scheduled depot maintenance. During maintenance, the aircraft is covered with paper and cardboard to protect its low-observable coating. The award- winning 574th AMXS F-22 Raptor Depot Maintenance Team provides scheduled and unscheduled depot-level maintenance for the Air Force's fleet of 187 F-22 Raptor aircraft. The F-22 is the world's most technologically advanced, low observable air superiority fighter in active service today. (Air Force photo by Bill Orndorff)
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Posted: 2/4/2015

3-D Printer3-D Printer
3-D Printer

A thin line of thermoplastic, coiled at left, is used in a 3-D printer to create objects like those shown on the table as well as prototype parts for aircraft. (Air Force photo by Bill Orndorff)
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Posted: 12/12/2014

    

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