Lady maintainers “Keep ‘em Flying”
512th Airlift Wing
March 22, 2018 | 3:22
Team Dover’s maintenance groups hosted an airplane Nose Art Unveiling Ceremony March 22, 2018, at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.

The nose artwork, titled “Keep ‘em Flying” by renowned artist Greg Hildebrandt, was placed on a Team Dover C-17 Globemaster III cargo plane and will be a permanent fixture to the aircraft.

The piece depicts a Rosie the Riveter-like lady maintainer rolling up her sleeves while holding a wrench, ready to keep ‘em flying. The piece pays tribute to past, present and future dedicated female maintainers, whose tireless efforts and confident professionalism continue to ensure mission readiness across the Air Force.
Once upon a time
Tech. Sgt. David Aceveda, a member of the 744th Communications Squadron, Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility, Md., and spouse of Master Sgt. Veronica Aceveda, 512th Airlift Wing, reads a children's book in front of a video camera Sept. 24 inside the USO Community Center on Dover Air Force Base, Del., as part of the United Through Reading program. While Sergeant Aceveda is deployed, the pre-recorded DVD and book will be sent to his children for free. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott Farley/Released)

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