CSD Shop

Rick Warner machines a part for a constant speed drive, which is a part of the tear-down and disassembly portion of the CSD Shop's process flow. If a CSD is determined to receive a full overhaul, it goes through machining, paint stripping and non-destructive inspection processes before moving on to kitting and assembly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kelly White)

PHOTO BY: Kelly White
VIRIN: 200318-F-RI777-1001.JPG
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