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STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Tabari Thompson (left), USAF, and AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Anthony Heindl, USAF, 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron (EMS), Survivor Equipment Fabrication Flight, 48th Fighter Wing (FW), RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom, perform the long folding process on an Aces II ejection seat recovery canopy parachute. When completed it is stuffed into the parachute container. The EMS survivor equipment shop meets the needs of over 220 aircrew members and relocated to a $1,700,000 state of the art maintenance facility from two condemned World War II huts

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Tabari Thompson (left), USAF, and AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Anthony Heindl, USAF, 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron (EMS), Survivor Equipment Fabrication Flight, 48th Fighter Wing (FW), RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom, perform the long folding process on an Aces II ejection seat recovery canopy parachute. When completed it is stuffed into the parachute container. The EMS survivor equipment shop meets the needs of over 220 aircrew members and relocated to a $1,700,000 state of the art maintenance facility from two condemned World War II huts

 
 

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