Photo: The move crew walks the “Last One” down the move path. for decades to come. Other customers include Australia, Canada, India, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the Strategic Airlift Capability, a consortium of 12 nations, of which 10 are members of NATO. “It’s been a nice ride,” said Lacayo, an aircraft hydraulic mechanic and C-17 final assembly team lead. He was the move captain for the rollout of ship 279. A favorite memory, he said, is surfing off Huntington Beach and seeing one of the C-17s fly overhead, knowing he had worked on the aircraft earlier that day. 52 Boein g Frontie rs Asked to sum up his emotions as he watched 279 leave the factory, Lacayo had a one-word answer: “Satisfied.” n jam es.a.wala firstname.lastname@example.org tiffa email@example.com For more about the C-17, see the February 2015 and March 2015 issues of Frontiers.
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