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060716-N-5914D-001 (July 16, 2006)US Navy (USN) Aviation Support Equipment Technician First Class Ronald Rimorin (left) and Aviation Support Equipment Technician First Class Jojo Turlaboth, both assigned to the USN Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS BOXER (LHD 4), review USN regulations before testing an aircraft hydraulic servicing unit.  This by-the-book maintenance helped the BOXER's Aviation Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD) pass its recent Aviation Maintenance Inspection (AMI) and became the top AIMD on the West Coast.U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Third Class Noel Danseco (RELEASED)

060716-N-5914D-001 (July 16, 2006)US Navy (USN) Aviation Support Equipment Technician First Class Ronald Rimorin (left) and Aviation Support Equipment Technician First Class Jojo Turlaboth, both assigned to the USN Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS BOXER (LHD 4), review USN regulations before testing an aircraft hydraulic servicing unit. This by-the-book maintenance helped the BOXER's Aviation Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD) pass its recent Aviation Maintenance Inspection (AMI) and became the top AIMD on the West Coast.U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Third Class Noel Danseco (RELEASED)

 
 

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