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U.S. Air Force Maj. Justin Recklau, Aerospace and Operational Physiology director, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

U.S. Air Force Maj. Justin Recklau, Aerospace and Operational Physiology director, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, stands for a photo while observing flight-line renovation from within the 32nd Air Refueling Squadron, JB MDL, N.J., July 19, 2021. Recklau is preparing for his career-field to transition from the medical to the operational Air Force career designation later this year. Immersion into the aircrew environment is expected to benefit physiological concerns, or human-factors, like fatigue throughout the Air Force. The transition is also relevant to JB MDL, with the upcoming aircraft evolution from the KC-10 to the KC-46 Pegasus, as the expectations on human performance are notably different. (U.S. Air Force photo and layout design by Tech. Sgt. Austin Knox)

PHOTO BY: Tech. Sgt. Austin Knox
VIRIN: 210719-F-YS647-1093.JPG
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Additional Details

CAMERA

NIKON D800

LENS

70.0-200.0 mm f/2.8

APERTURE

28/10

SHUTTERSPEED

1/8000

ISO

1250

IMAGE IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

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