February 23, 2020
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The first time seeing my name on the side
of an F-22 was kind of life changing. It definitely made me realize how, I’m not
just working on this thing, this thing’s my baby. I’m Staff Sergeant Israel Davila, Jr. and
I’m a dedicated crew chief on the F-22 raptor. I joined in 2011 and I got to my first base
up in Anchorage, Alaska a year after that. That was six years ago and here I am working
on one of the most advanced fighter jets in the world. Being a crew Chief on the overall mission,
you’re basically the last point of contact between the pilot and the ground crews. We’re responsible with getting the aircraft
from the pilot, inspecting it, fixing any issues that develop within flight. We work on the landing gears, the engines,
hydraulic systems. We do it all from kicking the tires to cleaning
the canopy. On a typical F-22 maintenance team, you’ve got your dedicated crew chief,
anywhere from on to two assistant dedicated crew chiefs, you got your specialists who
work on avionics, and weapons crews loading or unloading the aircraft. We’re enabling the pilot to accomplish the
mission. My favorite thing about being in the air force
is learning something new every day. There’s not one day that goes by that I don’t
learn something I didn’t know the day before. And that just keeps me going.

Tony wyaad