103rd breaks ground for new CIRF

A formation of troops from the 103rd Maintenance Group watch as distinguished visitors heave the first shovel of dirt commemorating the official start of construction on the new Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility at Bradley Air National Guard base in East Granby, Conn. March 6, 2010. Of the dignitaries are (from left) Robert Dwyer, project contractor, Cutter Enterprises; Jerry Otterson, project architect from Benham Companies L.L.C; Governor of Connecticut, M. Jodi Rell; Maj. Gen. Thaddeus J. Martin, the adjutant general for the state of Connecticut; Col. Frank N. Detorie, commander, 103rd Airlift Wing; and Lt. Col. Jerry McDonald, commander, 103rd Maintenance Group. The $8.3 million project will add 17,000 square feet of additional workspace and training areas for the repair and maintenance of the TF-34 engine. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Erin McNamara)

PHOTO BY: Tech. Sgt. Erin McNamara
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