Maintenance Group gets high marks during headquarters inspection

Master Sgt. Brent Hardie, center, NCOIC of the 908th Maintenance Group Guidance and Control Shop, performs an 'over the shoulder' evaluation of Senior Airman D'Wayne Guice, left, and Tech. Sgt. Keith Rolllins as they functionally check a FCS-105 system vertical gyro component. The guidance and control Airmen were three of the five Maintenance Group personnel identified as superior performers during the Maintenance Standardization Evaluation Program inspection on the 908th Maintenance Group conducted by 22nd Air Force Feb. 28 - March 4. Master Sgts. Mike McGill and Mike Simmons were the two other superior performers. The MSEP inspection is a headquarters inspection designed to assist wings in establishing and maintaining standardized aircraft maintenance practices consistent with Air Force and MAJCOM guidance, policy and directives. MSEP evaluates whether maintainers are following their technical data and safety precautions while working on and around the aircraft, as well as correctly documenting all maintenance actions. (Photo by Jeff Melvin, 908th AW public affairs)

PHOTO BY: Jeff Melvin, th AW Public Affairs
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