Looking for Dedicated Crew Chiefs: Aircraft maintainers at Moody AFB, Ga., plan to get back to the good-old days of the mid-1990s when the base formally taps maintainers who exhibit initiative, leadership, and technical skill in maintaining the base’s HC-130 and HH-60 aircraft as “dedicated crew chiefs,” according to Maj. Don Russell, 347th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron commander. These “best maintainers,” who must be at least staff sergeants and usually would hold a seven-level rating in their job skill, will have their names stenciled on their aircraft.
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