Kingsley Field Airmen journey to Israel to Support F-15 Gun Maintenance

Master Sgts. Brian Monson and Greg Carte look over the feeding mechanism for the 20mm Gatling rotary gun which can fire at a rate of 6,000 rounds a minute, during a trip to Israel to help train their airmen on maintenance techniques, May 16, 2017. The Kingsley troops were asked to participate in the bilateral training because the jets originally belonged to the 173rd Fighter Wing and were transferred to Israel in an historic agreement last September. (Photo courtesy Master Sgt. Brian Monson)

PHOTO BY: Tech. Sgt. Jefferson Thompson
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