Dyess, Abilene collaborate for vehicle modification

Robins Air Force Base engineers examine the bobtail while representatives from Dyess AFB and Arrow Ford gather to talk about modifications for the flightline tow tractor, also known as a bobtail vehicle, at Dyess AFB, Texas, June 14, 2017. If the modification is approved, the new I-beam will fit 1999 to present F-350 chassis; additionally, there is no modification needed for the vehicles except for the replacement twin I-beams which meet or exceed Original Equipment Manufacturer standards. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class April Lancto)

PHOTO BY: Airman 1st Class April Lancto
VIRIN: 170614-F-BM386-097.JPG
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