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Operations Support Squadron enhances readiness with the Real Time Traction Tool

The Real Time Traction Tool is fastened to the bumper of the truck Feb. 14, 2020, on Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The RT3 is part of the Certified Friction Measuring Equipment, and it is used for conducting friction tests. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

The Real Time Traction Tool is fastened to the bumper of the truck Feb. 14, 2020, on Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The RT3 is part of the Certified Friction Measuring Equipment, and it is used for conducting friction tests. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

Don Halliday, Halliday Technologies owner, teaches the Airmen of the 366th Operations Support Squadron how to operate the Real Time Traction Tool Feb. 14, 2020, at the flight line on Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. This marks the first day of training and calibration for the Airmen of the 366th OSS. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

Don Halliday, Halliday Technologies owner, teaches the Airmen of the 366th Operations Support Squadron how to operate the Real Time Traction Tool Feb. 14, 2020, at the flight line on Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. This marks the first day of training and calibration for the Airmen of the 366th OSS. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

Don Halliday, Halliday Technologies owner, teaches the Airmen of the 366th Operations Support Squadron how to operate the Real Time Traction Tool from an android tablet Feb. 14, 2020, at the flight line on the Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The RT3 transfers the new data of a runway friction test to a website where Airfield Management and the Air Traffic Control tower can access and inform the pilot about the landing conditions of the runway. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

Don Halliday, Halliday Technologies owner, teaches the Airmen of the 366th Operations Support Squadron how to operate the Real Time Traction Tool from an android tablet Feb. 14, 2020, at the flight line on the Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The RT3 transfers the new data of a runway friction test to a website where Airfield Management and the Air Traffic Control tower can access and inform the pilot about the landing conditions of the runway. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

The Airmen of the 366th Operations Support Squadron along with Don Halliday, Halliday Technologies owner, test out the Real Time Traction Tool on the flight line Feb. 14, 2020, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. On harsh weather days, the 366th OSS conducts runway friction tests with the RT3 to enhance readiness and further increase safer jet landings. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

The Airmen of the 366th Operations Support Squadron along with Don Halliday, Halliday Technologies owner, test out the Real Time Traction Tool on the flight line Feb. 14, 2020, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. On harsh weather days, the 366th OSS conducts runway friction tests with the RT3 to enhance readiness and further increase safer jet landings. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

The Real Time Traction Tool is fastened to the bumper of the truck Feb. 14, 2020, on Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The RT3 is part of the Certified Friction Measuring Equipment, and it is used for conducting friction tests. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

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