Engineers train to troubleshoot

Arnold Air Force Base engineers work on a troubleshooting exercise during a class April 18 at University of Tennessee Space Institute on programming and troubleshooting General Electric programmable logic controllers. Test Operations and Sustainment contractor National Aerospace Solutions, provided the week-long technical training course aimed at new instrumentation, data and controls engineers. "The purpose of this effort is to ensure that our new engineers have the quality training that they need to perform their duties," said Curtis Walters, a NAS-nLogic supervisor in the Control Solutions Section. Another class will be offered in June. Ten engineers can be trained in each class. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

PHOTO BY: Jill Pickett
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