Seymour Johnson AFB   Right Corner Banner
Join the Air Force

Photos > Media Gallery
Selected : People : On the Job

12 Result(s) Found

Show 12 24 48
 
Sheet MetalSheet Metal
Sheet Metal

Airman 1st Class Joseph Williams, 4 Equipment Maintenance Sqaudron, uses a power slip form roller to shape a piece of aluminum on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, NC.., Oct. 21, 2008. A1C Williams was preparing to use the aluminum as a fuselage patch for an F-15 Eagle. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Makenzie Lang)
Sheet Metal


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/23/2008

Sheet MetalSheet Metal
Sheet Metal

Airman 1st Class Joseph Williams, 4 Equipment Maintenance Squadron, uses a belt sander to round the edges on a piece of T3 grade aluminum in the Sheet Metal shop on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Oct. 21, 2008. Sheet Metal Airmen attend a four month technical school in Pensacola, FL to learn everything from general shop practices to aircraft sanding, prime and paint. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Makenzie Lang)
Sheet Metal


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/23/2008

Sheet MetalSheet Metal
Sheet Metal

Senior Airman Brock Roehm, 4 Equipment Maintenance Squadron, slides a piece of aluminum into the Power Shear Cutter in the Sheet Metal shop on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Oct. 21, 2008. Sheet Metal Airmen attend a four month technical school in Pensacola, FL to learn everything from general shop practices to aircraft sanding, prime and paint. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Makenzie Lang)
Sheet Metal


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/23/2008

Sheet MetalSheet Metal
Sheet Metal

Airman 1st Class Joseph Williams, 4 Equipment Maintenance Squadron, uses a Throatless Shear Cutter to cut a piece of aluminum in the Sheet Metal shop on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Oct. 21, 2008. A1C Williams was preparing to use the aluminum as a fuselage patch on an F-15 Eagle. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Makenzie Lang)
Sheet Metal


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/23/2008

Clearing the Way for the Haunted TrailClearing the Way for the Haunted Trail
Clearing the Way for the Haunted Trail

An Airman and 2nd Lieutenant Eumir Arceo, of the Fourth Communications Squadron, contemplate what to do with a sump that is going to cause a tripping hazard for children when they go through the haunted trail behind Kimpo Park here on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The haunted trail will run from Oct. 28 to 31 from 7 to 10 p.m. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Rae A. Perry)
Clearing the ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/22/2008

Clearing the Way for the Haunted TrailClearing the Way for the Haunted Trail
Clearing the Way for the Haunted Trail

An Airman from the Fourth Communications Squadron wields a pickaxe to take care of a pesky tree root that would create a tripping hazard for small children traveling on the haunted trail here at Kimpo Park. The haunted trail will run from Tuesday October 28 to Halloween Night from 1900 to 2200. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Rae A. Perry)
Clearing the ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/21/2008

Clearing the Way for Haunted TrailClearing the Way for Haunted Trail
Clearing the Way for Haunted Trail

Edgar Olivares, of the Fourth Communications Squadron, tackles a stump with a sledge hammer to clear a path for the haunted trail behind Kimpo Park here on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The haunted trail will run from Tuesday October 28 to Halloween Night from 1900 to 2200. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Rae A. Perry)
Clearing the ...


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/21/2008

BioenviromentalBioenviromental
Bioenviromental

Senior Airman Derek Johnson from the 4th Aeromedical Dental Squadron observes Senior Airman Rebecca Laurence from the Logistics Readiness Squadron as she dons her mask during a gas mask fit test on October 9, 2008 on Seymour Johnson Air Force base, North Carolina. During a fit test a candle is lit to send particles in the air so they can detect if the mask has a loose seal. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gino Reyes)
Bioenviromental


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/21/2008

BioenviromentalBioenviromental
Bioenviromental

Airman 1st Class Antonio Rice from the 4th Aeromedical Dental Squadron checks the seal of a gas mask during a fit test administered to Senior Airman James Steffes from the 4th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron on October 9, 2008 on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. A gas mask fit test must be renewed every 40 months unless you are deploying or you gain or lose 10 percent body weight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gino Reyes)
Bioenviromental


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/21/2008

BioenviromentalBioenviromental
Bioenviromental

Senior Airman Derek Johnson from the 4th Aeromedial Dental Sqaudron administers a gas mask fit test to Senior Airman Rebecca Laurence from the 4th Logistics Readiness Squadron on October 9, 2008 at Seymour Johnson Air Force, North Carolina. During a fit test airmen will go through an array of different head movements that they will encounter while deployed, to make sure there is a tight seal. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gino Reyes)
Bioenviromental


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/21/2008

Airmen At WorkAirmen At Work
Airmen At Work

Airman 1st Class Joseph Papalia and Airman 1st Class Mustafa Koprucu struggle to put away a heavy box into storage in the Aircraft Parts Store at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Oct. 8. These Airmen check all the parts that come in to storage, do accountability, sweep and check for foreign object debris on the flight line, and store and deliver parts to aircraft maintenance units when needed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Whitney Stanfield)
Airmen At Work


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/15/2008

Airmen at WorkAirmen at Work
Airmen at Work

Airman 1st Class Giselle Giron updates labels at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C. on October 8, 2008. A1C Giron works for the Aircraft Parts Store (APS), these airmen check all the parts that come in to storage, keep accountability, sweep and check for foreign object debris (FOD) on the flightline, store and deliver parts to AMU?s and flightline when needed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Whitney Stanfield)
Airmen at Work


Download Full Image
E-mail a friend
Posted: 10/15/2008

    

 Inside SJAFB

ima cornerSearch

ima cornerCategories
All Photos
   Aircraft
   Exercises
   People
      Off Duty
      On the Job
         Deployed
   Special Interest

Site Map      Contact Us     Questions     USA.gov     Security and Privacy notice     E-publishing  
Suicide Prevention    SAPR   IG   EEO   Accessibility/Section 508   No FEAR Act