Technicians maintain engines

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Juan Serrano, left, and Airman 1st Class Joshua Horton, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technicians, remove bolts from an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine frame to remove all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Juan Serrano, left, and Airman 1st Class Joshua Horton, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technicians, remove bolts from an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine frame to remove all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Aerospace propulsion technicians from the 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron prepare an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine to remove all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Aerospace propulsion technicians from the 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron prepare an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine to remove all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Juan Serrano, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technician, removes bolts from an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine frame to remove all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Juan Serrano, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technician, removes bolts from an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine frame to remove all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Willis Jenson, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technician, removes bolts from an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine frame to remove all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Willis Jenson, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technician, removes bolts from an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine frame to remove all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Willis Jenson, left, and Senior Airman Braden Duke, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technicians, guide the front frame from of F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine to a disassembly stand during the removal of all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Willis Jenson, left, and Senior Airman Braden Duke, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technicians, guide the front frame from of F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine to a disassembly stand during the removal of all moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Braden Duke, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technician, takes apart the front frame of an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine during the removal of all the moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace all these parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Braden Duke, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technician, takes apart the front frame of an F-16 Fighting Falcon turbine during the removal of all the moving parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace all these parts of the engine at Bldg. 73 here April 30. Technicians replace these moving parts in a turbine every 4,000 flight hours as required by the service life extension program. CMS provides maintenance support to the 52nd Fighter Wing, the 31st FW at Aviano AB, Italy, and all U.S. F-16 units powered by F-110 engines in the European theater and deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)