Kunsan's propulsion flight

KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea-- Airman 1st Class Adam Schwerin and Senior Airman Steven Greer, 8th Maintenance Squadron, installs augmenter fuel spray bars on an F-16 Fighting Falcon engine Sept. 2. The augmenter fuel spray bar adds additional fuel to the engine allowing the aircraft to use afterburner when desired. Airmen Greer and Schwerin are aerospace propulsion journeymen assigned to the propulsion flight. They provide and service engines to allow continuous flying operations. While inspecting engines the propulsion flight generally looks for dents, nicks and missing blades occurring from foreign objects. Kunsan's propulsion flight has completed 5,704 engines inspections, 15 engines rebuilds and eight phase inspections that contributed to a 99 percent engine pass rate.(U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Jonathan Steffen)

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