People recognize the grayish-blue of Air Force aircraft around the world.
Many of those planes get their trademark color inside hangars at Robins Air Force Base.
The people in the Corrosion Control shop call it their patriotic duty to put a top notch coat of paint on every plane.
Inside Building 89, the hands of a 20-man crew fly over, around, and under the body of a C-130 aircraft.
Its makeover in the paint shop is the last stop before she returns from maintenance to duty.
"We take a lot of pride in making sure the plane does look good," says painter Tim Davis.
Davis compares it to an industrial-sized arts and crafts operation replete with stencils and an armory of paint. However, the job lacks the safety of an 8x10 canvas and brush strokes.
"It can be a very dangerous process," says Terry Lowe.