An Aviation Structural Mechanic performs maintenance checks for a C-2A Greyhound on U.S. Naval Support Activity (NSA) Souda Bay’s flight line.
Aviation Structural Mechanics require an orientation toward tools and equipment, should possess manual dexterity and be physically fit. They must be able to keep records, have a knack for getting along well with other people and work as part of a team.
A C-2A Greyhound makes an arrested landing on the flight deck of the Navy’s forward-deployed aircraft carrier USS George Washington. The primary mission of a C-2A is the transport of high-priority cargo, mail and passengers between carriers and shore bases.
Aircraft assigned to Carrier Air Wing Five (CVW-5) perform a formation flight in front of Mount Fuji, Japan on 12 April 2007. Visible aircraft are (from left to right): Grumman E-2C NP Hawkeye (VAW-113 Liberty Bells), Grumman C-2A Greyhound (VRC-30, Det. 5 Passwords), Grumman EA-6B Prowler (VAQ-136 Gauntlets), McDonnellDouglas F/A-18F Super Hornet (VFA-102 Diamondbacks), F/A-18E Super Hornet (VFA-27 Royal Maces), F/A-18C(N) Hornet (VFA-192 Golden Dragons), and a F/A-18C(N) Hornet (VFA-195 Dambusters).
Japanese guests watch a C-2A Greyhound from the Providers of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VRC) 30 make an arrested landing on the flight of the U.S. Navy’s forward-deployed aircraft carrier USS George Washington