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  • Whitlock returns to 910th MXS as commander

    Maj. Russell R. Whitlock assumed command of the 910th Maintenance Squadron, Oct. 2, 2021, in hangar 295 at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio.
  • Brig. Gen. Kountz visits YARS

    Brig. Gen. William Kountz, the Director of Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection for Air Force Reserve Command, visited Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Sept. 13, 2020, to learn about the 910th Airlift Wing's squadron missions, as well as getting a better understanding of how AFRC could help contribute.
  • Crew chiefs welcome home deployed aircraft

    With the return of four C-130H Hercules from deployment, the crew chiefs of the 910th Maintenance Squadron are busy providing tender love and care to Youngstown Air Reserve Station's aircraft, July 7, 2020.
  • Reservist paints to preserve maintenance heritage

    A mural painted by Tech. Sgt. Marlene Scarpino, an aircraft maintenance specialist assigned to the 910th Maintenance Squadron, portrays the 910th Maintenance Squadron’s role in the success of the wing’s C-130 flying missions. The American flag was chosen due to the inspiration of service member’s desire to serve in the U.S. military and fight for
  • Artist's work brings maintenance heritage to life

    Tech. Sgt. Maralene Scarpino, an aircraft maintenance specialist assigned to the 910th Maintenance Squadron, paints a mural in the 910th Maintenance Group's heritage room at Youngstown Reserve Station, Dec. 17, 2018. The concept of the mural emphasizes the role of the 910th Maintenance Group in completing the wing’s airlift and aerial spray missions.
  • Training together

    Munitions specialists assigned to the 910th Maintenance Squadron spent annual training with their 307th MXS counterparts handling, transporting and storing Bomb Dispenser Unit-50 low drags at the 307th MXS munitions storage facility on Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana.
  • Prop shop keeps engines cranking

    Tech. Sgt. Steve Lew, an aerospace propulsion craftsman with the 910th Maintenance Squadron here, rebuilds a C-130H Hercules aircraft engine turbine, July 6, 2017. Due to the extreme heat made by the turbine, components eventually wear down and are replaced when found during periodic inspections. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Jeffrey Grossi)
  • Airmen at Work: Preflight inspections keep Hercs flying safely

    Master Sgt. Dan Scott, 910th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Dedicated Crew Chief (DDC), performs the upper wing portion of a preflight inspection on a C-130H Hercules aircraft here, April 3, 2017. Preflight inspections help ensure safety for the aircrew and aircraft. Scott is the DDC on this aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. Polly Orcutt)
  • Airmen at Work: Spray maintainers prep MASS for mission

    Staff Sgt. Thaddeus Root, an aerial spray maintainer with the 910th Maintenance Squadron, drains excess water from the Modular Aerial Spray System (MASS) to prepare it for loading onto a modified C-130H Hercules aircraft here, March 6, 2016. The 910th Airlift Wing is home to the Department of Defense’s only aerial spray mission to combat
  • Airmen at Work: Spray maintainers do unique job

    Tech. Sgt. Frank Serrao, an aerial spray maintenance craftsman with the 910th Maintenance Squadron, uses a flashlight to inspect the boom fittings for aerial spray nozzles here, March 24. Aerial spray maintainers come from traditional aircraft maintenance jobs, learning a unique skillset through on-job training to maintain the equipment for the