Crane Army maintenance team essential for munitions readiness.

By Hayley SmithJuly 15, 2019

Even the best machines need TLC! A Crane Army maintenance mechanic lubricates the "De-tuber," a machine that removes 30 mm projectile from plastic tubing during demilitarization. The CAAA maintenance team is essential to keeping Crane Army operations running and providing munitions readiness to Warfighters. Crane Army specializes in conventional munitions support for U.S. Army and Joint Force readiness, including storage, quality control, shipment preparation, distribution, production and demilitarization.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Even the best machines need TLC! A Crane Army maintenance mechanic lubricates the "De-tuber," a machine that removes 30 mm projectile from plastic tubing during demilitarization. The CAAA maintenance team is essential to keeping Crane Army operations running and providing munitions readiness to Warfighters. Crane Army specializes in conventional munitions support for U.S. Army and Joint Force readiness, including storage, quality control, shipment preparation, distribution, production and demilitarization. (Photo Credit: Hayley Smith) VIEW ORIGINAL