51st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

06/08/2011 – The 51st Fighter Wing airmen are partaking in the 2011 Korea Pacific Air Forces Command Operational Readiness Inspection. An ORI is conducted to evaluate and measure the ability of units with a wartime, contingency orforce sustainment mission to perform operations plan and assigned tasks. Inspectable areas include initial response, employment, mission support and Ability-to-Survive and Operate in a chemical environment.


  • In the first photo, the 51st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron airmen work on an F-16 jet at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 5.
  • In the second photo, Senior Airman Todd Bedo, 51st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, secures an F-16 jet part at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 5. Todd is partaking in the 2011 Korea Pacific Air Forces Command Operational Readiness Inspection.
  • In the third photo, the 51st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron airmen prepare to work on an F-16 jet at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 5.
  • In the fourth photo, Senior Airman Robert Dyer, 51st Logistics Readiness Squadron, looks for tools while working on a vehicle at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea April 5. Dyer is partaking in the 2011 Korea Pacific Air Forces Command Operational Readiness Inspection.

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