Keeping 'em FLYING

Lumbaca, Sonise
June 2005
Soldiers;Jun2005, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p42
The article highlights the U.S. soldiers of First Corps Support Command's 507th Corps Support Group who work at Logistics Support Area Anaconda (LSAA) in Balad, Iraq. According to the author, the soldiers ensure that U.S. Army aircraft are in top condition by not only performing preventive maintenance but also dismantling the aircraft and conducting test flights after they have been reassembled.


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