22nd AF Commander reviews 'best in business' ISO process

Maj. Gen. Wallace “Wade” Farris, 22nd Air Force commander, reviews the C-130 aircraft isochronal inspection process with Chief Master Sgt. Terrance Keblish, 911th Maintenance Squadron superintendent, and Master Sgt. Sam Ewing, 911th MXS flight chief, during a visit here May 5, 2012. Since 2007, the 911th MXS ISO inspection process has saved more than 940 days of flying hour capability and $42 million in costs through their ability to decrease fly-to-fly times and provide quicker turnaround of aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Mark A. Winklosky/Released)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Mark A. WinkloskyReleased
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