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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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