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374th Maintenance Group

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Staff Sgt. Christopher Canto, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flying crew chief, conducts his pre-flight inspection during Operation Christmas Drop 2018 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Dec. 9, 2018.

Staff Sgt. Christopher Canto, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flying crew chief, conducts his pre-flight inspection during Operation Christmas Drop 2018 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Dec. 9, 2018. OCD is a trilateral training mission designed to give C-130 crews from the U.S. Air Force, JASDF, and Royal Australian Air Force a chance to airdrop supplies on un-surveyed drop zones throughout the Pacific. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Matthew Gilmore)

Staff Sgt. Christopher Canto, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flying crew chief, goes over his pre-flight inspection checklist during Operation Christmas Drop 2018 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Dec. 9, 2018.

Staff Sgt. Christopher Canto, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flying crew chief, goes over his pre-flight inspection checklist during Operation Christmas Drop 2018 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Dec. 9, 2018. From the second a plane lands until the aircraft is handed over to the aircrew, the members of the 374th AMXS ensure their C-130J Super Hercules are ready to fly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Matthew Gilmore)

374th AMXS Airmen accomplish maintenance feat

Staff Sgt. Joshua G. Aleshire, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, runs from a C-130J Super Hercules prior to take off during a black-letter flight at Yokota Air Base, Japan, June 11, 2019. A black-letter flight is when zero maintenance issues occur on the aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brieana E. Bolfing)

Staff Sgt. Christopher Canto, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flying crew chief, inspects the propellers of a C-130J Super Hercules during Operation Christmas Drop 2018 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Dec. 9, 2018.

Staff Sgt. Christopher Canto, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron flying crew chief, inspects the propellers of a C-130J Super Hercules during Operation Christmas Drop 2018 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Dec. 9, 2018. Prior to flying, all aircraft must undergo an inspection to ensure the C-130J is ready to fly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Matthew Gilmore)

Staff Sgt. Joseph Crinite, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron C-130J Hercules communication and navigation craftsman, shows a dry bay panel on top of a C-130J Super Hercules to members from the Japan Air Self-Defense Force during a Bilateral Exchange Program, Oct. 24, 2019, at Yokota Air Base, Japan.

Staff Sgt. Joseph Crinite, 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron C-130J Hercules communication and navigation craftsman, shows a dry bay panel on top of a C-130J Super Hercules to members from the Japan Air Self-Defense Force during a Bilateral Exchange Program, Oct. 24, 2019, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. The program is designed to strengthen the US-Japan partnership and expand interoperability between the U.S. Air Force and JASDF through hands-on experience. (U.S. Air Force photo by Machiko Arita)

Maintains C-130H & J, C-12J and UH-1N aircraft supporting intratheater airlift and distinguished visitor transport for Pacific Air Forces sustaining national policy in the Western Pacific region. Provides on- and off-equipment maintenance for assigned, transient and Air Mobility Command aircraft. Manages Pacific Air Forces'  T56 Engine Regional Repair Center and the only theater C-130 aircraft refurbishment and isochronal inspection programs.

374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Provides combat-ready maintenance personnel, equipment and organizational support to inspect, service and repair assigned C-130H and C-130J aircraft. Maintains mission-ready aircraft to sustain contingency and peacetime missions throughout the Pacific theater to accomplish U.S. Pacific Command and Pacific Air Forces' taskings. Deploys, demonstrating global U.S. Air Force interoperability with allies in joint and combined operations.

374th Maintenance Operations Squadron
Provides logistical and aircraft maintenance specialist training to 575+
personnel in very diverse career fields. Responsible to the Group Commander to monitor fleet health and trending functions for the 374th Airlift Wing. Manages Quality Assurance, Plans Scheduling and Documentation, Engine Management, Maintenance Data Systems Analysis, Maintenance Operations Center and the annual/daily flying schedule. Provides oversight for the C-12J/UH-1 logistics support contracts valued at $1.5M per year.

374th Maintenance Squadron
Directs on- and off-equipment maintenance, munitions, precision measurement component calibration/repair and aerospace ground equipment for assigned, AMC and other transient aircraft. Responsible for the only C-130 isochronal inspection section in WESTPAC serving both AMC and AFSOC aircraft. Manages PACAF's Queen Bee T-56 Engine Regional Repair Center.