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Airmen at Work: Spray maintainers do one-of-a-kind job

A close-up photo shows aerial spray nozzles set aside for cleaning here, March 24. Tech. Sgt. Frank Serrao and Tech. Sgt. Thomas Neiswanger, aerial spray maintenance craftsmen with the 910th Maintenance Squadron, removed the nozzle to clean and inspect an aerial spray boom assembly. The aerial spray system has several types of nozzles for different applications. The mission includes insect control, vegetation control on bombing ranges and oil spill neutralization. Aerial spray maintainers come from traditional aircraft maintenance jobs, learning a unique skillset through on-job training to maintain the equipment for the Department of Defense’s only aerial spray mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Eric M. White)

PHOTO BY: Eric White
VIRIN: 160324-F-PO120-036.JPG
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