WHMC clinical psychology graduates learn about C-5A Galaxy ramp ops at "Alamo Wing"

Master Sgt. Tim Kilford, a 433rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron day shift supervisor, explains the uniquely complex landing gear mechanism to nine graduates of Wilford Hall Medical Center’s year-long clinical psychology program here Aug. 15. The recent graduates visited the “Alamo Wing” to learn more about ramp operations of a unit-equipped installation. Upon their reassignments they will be better able to understand andassist troops who work in similar, operational environments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Elsa Martinez)

PHOTO BY: Elsa Martinez
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