Air Force

June 20, 2013

755th AMXS

U.S. Air Force photos by Airman 1st Class Josh Slavin

The 755th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron provides war-fighting commanders with combat ready EC-130H Compass Call aircraft to expeditiously execute information warfare and electronic attack operations.

Airmen from the 755th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron familiarize themselves with the EC-130H. The Airmen are recent technical school graduates, and are receiving on the job training.

Airman from the 755th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, guides in an EC-130H. The 755th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron provides war-fighting commanders with combat ready EC-130H Compass Call aircraft to expeditiously execute information warfare and electronic attack operations.

Staff Sgt. Derek Deboer, 755th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flight control systems craftsman, performs a periodic inspection on the tools at Davis-Monthan. The 755th AMXS provides war-fighting commanders with combat ready EC-130H Compass Call aircraft to expeditiously execute information warfare and electronic attack operations.

Airman 1st Class Matthew Cousens, 755th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron aerospace maintenance journeyman, refuels an EC-130H after a flight. After each flight the planes are refueled as part of an inspection.

Staff Sgt Carl Schmidt (left) and Airman 1st Class Ryan Hughes (right), 755th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron aerospace maintenance journeymen, perform a pre-flight inspection at Davis-Monthan, June 12. The 755th AMXS plans and executes all on-equipment maintenance actions for 14 EC-130H and one TC-130H aircraft, including launch and recovery, scheduled inspections, servicing and component replacement.




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