Friday, Oct. 23, 2015

Nondestructive inspection

Senior Airman Michael Vigil, 19th Maintenance Squadron nondestructive Inspection journeyman, runs an aircraft part under a chemical bath Oct. 14 on Little Rock Air Force Base. NDI Airmen find tiny faults in aircraft parts by running them through multiple chemical baths. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mercedes Muro)

Growing up knowing there is a hidden danger lurking outside your door is not a comforting thought as a child, teenager or young adult. For Allison Padgett, being aware of the dangers of breast cancer is something she’s dealt with since she was a young girl.
“My grandmother, aunts and mother all had breast cancer,” said Padgett, a staff sergeant assigned to the 714th Training Squadron as a C-130 loadmaster and instructor. “So there is a clear history of it in my family.”

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