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169th AMXS, Fabrications Flight

MSgt. James Eubanks, the metals technology supervisor with the 169th Maintenance Squadron's Fabrications Flight at McEntire JNGB, S.C., turns down a large piece of metal using a lathe on December 2, 2011. The lathe is used to make small and large round objects, like landing gear bushings. The Fabrications Flight is composed of three areas; Aircraft Structural Maintenance, Non Destructive Inspection and Aircraft Metals Technology (SCANG photo by TSgt. Caycee Cook)

PHOTO BY: TSgt. Caycee Cook
VIRIN: 111202-Z-WT236-015.JPG
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