162nd Fighter Wing munitions element

Tech. Sgt. Michael Goodman, munitions ordinance specialist, torques the ring clamp to 100-in/lbs during a 20-flight inspection on an inert AIM-9 “Sidewinder” used for training. The rocket is painted orange for high-visibility; signifying that the plane carrying this rocket is to be treated as the aggressor during combat training maneuvers. Sergeant Goodman, an Arizona native born and raised in Safford, Ariz. After serving the 162nd as a munitions specialist since 1978, he retired with 32 total years of military service Sept. 1. (Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Jordan Jones)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. Jordan Jones
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