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932nd MXS supports ongoing training during COVID-19

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19.  Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19. Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19.  Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19. Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19.  Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19. Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19.  Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19. Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19.  Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19. Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19.  Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19. Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Tech. Sgt. Brandon Zangeneh, crew chief, 932nd Maintenance Squadron, performs a physical preflight inspection March, 20, 2020 Scott Air Force Base Illinois as the 932nd Airlift Wing and 73rd Airlift Squadron continue training operations during COVID-19. Pilots are required to maintain readiness and the 932nd MXS is working hard with reduced manning in support of continued missions. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve Command unit that flies the C-40C, which is used to provide world-class airlift for U.S. national and military leaders.(U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)