433rd "Alamo Wing" Honorary Commanders learn about the maintenance mission and the C-5A Galaxy aircraft

Tech. Sgt. John Gonzalez, a metals technician for the 433rd Structural Repair shop, demonstrates the metal-tubing bender to Otis Scott, an engineering careers counselor for the University of Texas at San Antonio and Honorary Commander for the 26th Aerial Port Squadron at the 433rd Airlift Wing. The tour was one of eight shop visits made by 15 visiting Honorary Commanders to learn about the wing's maintenance mission and the C-5A Galaxy aircraft. The Honorary Commanders program partners area civic and business leaders with wing senior leadership to educate them about the wing's mission and its role in the Reserve forces, the U.S. Air Force, and the national defense. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Major Timothy Wade)

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