On the job at Tobyhanna

By Tony MediciOctober 23, 2008

Sang Shields, electronics mechanic, adjusts the radio frequency gain on a CV 3198B legacy up converter. The converter is part of the AN/TSC-94 Tactical Shelter.
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Bill Dzik, an electronics mechanic, reassembles an AM-6701 high power amplifier.
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John Paul Kasaczun, electronics mechanic, adjusts the Prime and Power Module in a PP-8380/G high voltage power supply.
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Dan Balish, electronics worker, reinstalls a Kylstron Tube into an AM-6701 high power amplifier.
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James Molinaro, electronics mechanic, adjusts the sub assembly on a PP-8380/G high voltage power supply test set.
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George Brown, electronics mechanic, checks the status of a PP-8530/TSC high voltage power supply.
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