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Senior Airman Brett Gyurnek, 437th Maintenance Squadron Non-Destructive Inspection technician, looks through a core reverser gear while performing a fluorescent penetrant test at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. July10, 2017. The NDI shop is able to test the largest and smallest pieces of an aircraft. Once a deficiency is found, it is relayed to the aircraft structural maintenance unit for repair. If a crew chief or a member of the aircrew identifies a potential issue, NDI Airmen perform diagnostic procedures to determine the extent of the damage. Inspection team catches a break
JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Fluorescent stains spatter the floor and surfaces throughout a room illuminated by a black light. A man in an opaque blue mask and a black apron hovers over a bath foaming with neon liquid. He reaches into the concoction, and pulls out an dripping metal gear for inspection. The Airmen of the 437th Maintenance Squadron
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Airman 1st Class William Matlock, 437th Maintenance Squadron electronics technician, uses a spectrum analyzer on Oct. 4, 2016, at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. The spectrum analyzer is used to test signal distortion, noise, and modulation for various radio frequencies. Measuring excellence by the milligram
When not supporting the U.S. Coast Guard, Navy and the Air National Guard, the Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory uses its technical capabilities at Joint Base Charleston Air Base to support a range of technologies including aircraft countermeasures test sets and night vision goggle testers. “One of the difficulties is explaining something
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