How Air Force crew chiefs keep the legendary B-52 in flying shape
Mar 25, 2020, 00:50 IST
During an inspection, crew chiefs look for everything from loose rivets to damage from bird strikes. Once everything is inspected, crew chiefs can then coordinate with other specialty components of the 2nd AMXS to address the issues.
"At the end of the day, we're the ones who are signing off to say that this jet is good to fly," Coner said. "Without us jets couldn't fly, and that's a lot of responsibility."
"We put a lot of work into these jets," Harding said, "No kidding, you put blood, sweat and tears into making the mission happen."
"The mission still has to happen," Harding said. "We all work together to show the world that nothing's going to stop us. We are always going to do what we have to do to get the mission done."