Mobile Tail Enclosure

A mobile tail enclosure will become part of the regional isochronal inspection dock. The maintainers’ goal is to have a controlled environment, so they can work on the C-5s’ T-tails regardless of inclement weather. Since the RISO’s beginning in 2006, Westover’s maintenance workers have improved the efficiency of the C-5’s nose-to-tail inspection process by reducing the process scrutinize the inside and outside of a Galaxy from 50 days to an average of 16. (U.S. Air Force photo by SrA. Kelly Galloway)

PHOTO BY: SrA. Kelly Galloway
VIRIN: 120914-F-PB262-002.JPG
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