Marine Corps seeks to utilize Lightning Technician Program
U.S. Marine Corps service members learn procedures for changing tires and inspecting brakes on the F-35A Lightning II aircraft May 9, 2022, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. They are four of twelve Marines sent to Luke AFB from Marine Corps Air Station Yuma to learn about the Lightning Technician Program in order to implement the program at their base. The Lightning Technician Program blends F-35 maintenance career fields to maximize manpower utilization while shrinking units’ deployment footprint to fit the Air Force’s Agile Combat Employment concept. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Caleb F. Butler)
Senior Airman Caleb F. Butler
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