Load Crew of the Year competition

Airman 1st Class Carl Dowell, assigned to 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, guides a GBU-31v3 Joint Direct Attack Munition during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)
Airman 1st Class Carl Dowell, assigned to 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, guides a GBU-31v3 Joint Direct Attack Munition during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Airman 1st Class Carl Dowell, assigned to 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, guides a GBU-31v3 Joint Direct Attack Munition during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Senior Airman Eustacio Marquez, assigned to 4th Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, attaches a GBU-49 bomb onto a F-35A Lightning II during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)
Senior Airman Eustacio Marquez, assigned to 4th Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, attaches a GBU-49 bomb onto a F-35A Lightning II during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Airman 1st Class Sergio Moreno-Garcia, assigned to 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, eyes a weapon line-up during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Airman 1st Class Carl Dowell, assigned to 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, guides a GBU-31v3 Joint Direct Attack Munition during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Senior Airman Ean Gardner, assigned to 4th Aircraft Maintenance Unit with 388th Fighter Wing, lines up a MJ-1C bomb loader during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Airman 1st Class Carl Dowell, assigned to 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, guides a GBU-31v3 Joint Direct Attack Munition during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Senior Airman Eustacio Marquez, assigned to 4th Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, attaches a GBU-49 bomb onto a F-35A Lightning II during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Staff Sgt. Wyatt Latimer, assigned to 4th Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, prepares a weapon during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Staff Sgt. Trent Brodish (right) eyes a weapon load onto a lift truck with Airman 1st Class Carl Dowell, both assigned to 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Staff Sgt. Trent Brodish, assigned to 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, eyes a weapon load onto a lift truck during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Staff Sgt. Wyatt Latimer (left) and Senior Airman Ean Gardner, assigned to 4th Aircraft Maintenance Unit with the 388th Fighter Wing, cart a AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile during the Load Crew of the Year competition Feb. 7, 2020, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The load crew competition requires teams of three Airmen to load weapons onto a F-35A Lightning II as quickly and accurately as possible within a 37.5 minute time frame. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

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