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180FW Women in Aviation: Propelling the Fleet

Senior Airman Haelie Egbert, an aerospace propulsion technician assigned to the Ohio Air National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing, cleans dirt and debris from specially designed panels used to clear aircraft parking areas and taxiways of small foreign objects, such as rocks and sticks, March 3, 2019. Her role as an F-16 jet engine mechanic is to maintain the wing’s Pratt & Whitney 229 engines through time-sensitive inspections, repairs and test runs, providing the highest quality engines for the mission, while ensuring the safety of pilots. In 2019, the 180FW will celebrate Women in Aviation, highlighting female Airmen from across the wing who play a critical role in aviation and the success of the 180FW’s flying mission. (Air National Guard Photo Illustration by Senior Master Sgt. Beth Holliker).

PHOTO BY: Senior Master Sgt. Beth Holliker
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