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U.S., Honduran Air Forces discuss generator maintenance

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, looks on as Maj. Antonio Vargas, 571 MSAS air advisor, translates how to check the oil during preoperational inspection of the generator, at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13.  The building partner capacity mission, carried out by the 571 MSAS, is designed to promote regional stability by fostering key relationships and enhancing partner nation capabilities.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, looks on as Maj. Antonio Vargas, 571 MSAS air advisor, translates how to check the oil during preoperational inspection of the generator, at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13. The building partner capacity mission, carried out by the 571 MSAS, is designed to promote regional stability by fostering key relationships and enhancing partner nation capabilities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael and Maj. Antonio Vargas, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron air advisors, look on as a Honduran Air Force Airman show them how to check the oil during preoperational inspection of the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13.  The 571 MSAS mission supports 12th Air Force's (Air Forces Southern) continued engagements in the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility of Latin America and the Caribbean.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael and Maj. Antonio Vargas, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron air advisors, look on as a Honduran Air Force Airman show them how to check the oil during preoperational inspection of the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13. The 571 MSAS mission supports 12th Air Force's (Air Forces Southern) continued engagements in the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility of Latin America and the Caribbean. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, explains to the Honduran Air Force the importance of preoperational inspection on the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13.  A group of approximately 20 members of Air Mobility Command's 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron, alongside their Honduran Air Force counterparts, are participating in a month-long building partner capacity mission designed to enhance military-to-military relations between the two nations.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, explains to the Honduran Air Force the importance of preoperational inspection on the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13. A group of approximately 20 members of Air Mobility Command's 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron, alongside their Honduran Air Force counterparts, are participating in a month-long building partner capacity mission designed to enhance military-to-military relations between the two nations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

A Honduran Air Force Airman explains to Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, the function of the control gauges during the preoperational inspection on the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13.  The Airmen, representing 15 Air Force specialties, are working side-by-side with Honduran Air Force members in developing the seven core competencies of air base defense, air traffic control, aircraft maintenance, aircrew survival, communications, generator maintenance and safety.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

A Honduran Air Force Airman explains to Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, the function of the control gauges during the preoperational inspection on the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13. The Airmen, representing 15 Air Force specialties, are working side-by-side with Honduran Air Force members in developing the seven core competencies of air base defense, air traffic control, aircraft maintenance, aircrew survival, communications, generator maintenance and safety. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, points out how the warning light indicator will light up showing an engine malfunction on the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13.  The MSAS Airmen will participate in a mutually beneficial forum for the exchange of ideas between U.S. and Honduran Airmen via interactive classroom sessions and hands-on training at the base and surrounding areas.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, points out how the warning light indicator will light up showing an engine malfunction on the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13. The MSAS Airmen will participate in a mutually beneficial forum for the exchange of ideas between U.S. and Honduran Airmen via interactive classroom sessions and hands-on training at the base and surrounding areas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, demonstrates a visual inspection of the electrical control panel on the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13.  A group of approximately 20 members of Air Mobility Command's 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron, alongside their Honduran Air Force counterparts, are participating in a month-long building partner capacity mission designed to enhance military-to-military relations between the two nations.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

Master Sgt. Ronald Hael, 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron power production air advisor, demonstrates a visual inspection of the electrical control panel on the generator at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13. A group of approximately 20 members of Air Mobility Command's 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron, alongside their Honduran Air Force counterparts, are participating in a month-long building partner capacity mission designed to enhance military-to-military relations between the two nations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS -- Members of the 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron and Honduran Air Force exchanged generator maintenance ideas during the generator maintenance seminar at Col. Hernán Acosta Mejia Air Base, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Feb. 13.

A group of approximately 20 members of Air Mobility Command's 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron, alongside their Honduran Air Force counterparts, are participating in a month-long building partner capacity mission designed to enhance military-to-military relations between the two nations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lesley Waters)

The Airmen, representing 15 Air Force specialties, will work side-by-side with Honduran Air Force members in developing the seven core competencies of air base defense, air traffic control, aircraft maintenance, aircrew survival, communications, generator maintenance and safety. The MSAS Airmen will participate in a mutually beneficial forum for the exchange of ideas between U.S. and Honduran Airmen via interactive classroom sessions and hands-on training at the base and surrounding areas.

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