On the job at Tobyhanna - Multiple Threat Systems Branch

By Tony MediciFebruary 11, 2009

Dan Nawrocki, electronics mechanic, connects a sample line to a transmitter directional coupler.
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Jerry Brown, electronics mechanic, tests a MUTES servo amplifier in the maintenance support system.
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Shawn Woodbridge, electrician, terminates an electrical cable assembly.
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Bill Dierolf, electronics mechanic, installs a control panel for the MUTES built-in test equipment.
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Jim Pipcho, electronics mechanic, operates the MUTES control computer.
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Electronics mechanic Dave Levandoski, left, and Jeff Kramer, crew chief, complete final adjustments and alignments to a transmitter.
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Jeff Ackerman, electronics mechanic, completes the mechanical buildup of a 250 volt power supply.
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