Senior Airman Scott Haynes, 60th Aircraft Maintenance unit electronics and environmental systems journeyman, waits in anticipation to find out if there is an opening for him at McConnell AFB, Kansas. Dwight Bell, right, who is temporarily at the 33rd Fighter Wing facilitating the first group of drawdown assignments gave the Airman the good news that he'll be near family and have an opportunity to maintain KC-135 aircraft. Mr. Bell is Air Combat Command's superintendant of force structuring and works closely with Master Sgt. Hareech Carswell of the wing, far right, in aiding the assignment process of a phased wing drawdown. The first group of 250 will soon have their next duty preference in the system at the Air Force Personnel Center after a week of assignment processing held here Nov. 10-13. Orders will have a June report date but, if officially agreed upon, members can leave sooner. The next group of 600 will go through the same process in February and ship out in the summer, while the last group will begin their assignment notification. Personnel moves are part of the 33rd FW's ongoing transition into becoming the international training center for F-35 Lightning II. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Chrissy Cuttita)

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