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AFE Airmen inspect G-suits

A photo of an Airman placing an Anti-G suit in a locker after an inspection.

Airman 1st Class Marthinus Coetzee, 23d Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment technician, places an Anti-G suit in a locker after an inspection Feb. 18, 2020, at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. The Anti-G suit is worn by pilots to prevent them from losing consciousness while flying. The suit inflates to aid blood flow as gravitational forces increase. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Megan Estrada)

A photo of an Airman waxing an Anti-G suit zipper during an inspection.

Airman 1st Class Marthinus Coetzee, 23d Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment technician, waxes an Anti-G suit zipper during an inspection Feb. 18, 2020, at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. The Anti-G suit is worn by pilots to prevent them from losing consciousness while flying. The suit inflates to aid blood flow as gravitational forces increase. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Megan Estrada)

A photo of an Airman warming up a heat shrink on an Anti-G suit during an inspection.

Airman 1st Class Marthinus Coetzee, 23d Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment technician, warms up a heat shrink on an Anti-G suit during an inspection Feb. 18, 2020, at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. The Anti-G suit is worn by pilots to prevent them from losing consciousness while flying. The suit inflates to aid blood flow as gravitational forces increase. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Megan Estrada)

A photo of an airman inflating an Anti-G suit during an inspection.

Airman 1st Class Marthinus Coetzee, 23d Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment technician, inflates an Anti-G suit during an inspection Feb. 18, 2020, at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. The Anti-G suit is worn by pilots to prevent them from losing consciousness while flying. The suit inflates to aid blood flow as gravitational forces increase. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Megan Estrada)

A photo of an Airman preparing an Anti-G suit during an inspection.

Airman 1st Class Marthinus Coetzee, 23d Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment technician, prepares an Anti-G suit for inspection Feb. 18, 2020, at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. The Anti-G suit is worn by pilots to prevent them from losing consciousness while flying. The suit inflates to aid blood flow as gravitational forces increase. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Megan Estrada)

MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. --