The Air Mobility Command Well Done Award is presented to MSgt Terry J. Wall, Jr. and SSgt James M. Zorn of the 317th Maintenance Squadron, 317th Maintenance Group, 317th Airlift Wing, Dyess Air Force Base, TX, for their actions on August 28, 2019. On that date, a C-130J aircraft reported an in-flight emergency due to the left aft main landing gear failing to extend. Overhearing the call on the radio, Sergeants Wall and Zorn contacted the aircrew and talked them through the troubleshooting process. They promptly discovered that the quick-disconnect mechanism had liberated itself from the vertical torque shaft, preventing the ball screw from turning to lower the gear, a scenario not covered by any aircrew emergency procedure. Sergeants Wall and Zorn instructed the crew to manually raise the gear and explained to the crew how to reconnect the vertical torque shaft, thus averting a possible accident. Without their guidance, the 317th Airlift Wing could have suffered a loss of five aircrew members and a $67 million aircraft.