552nd ACW Fuel Systems Creates New Tool in 12 Hours

This new vent system pressurization tool was created by members of the 552nd Aircraft Fuel Systems unit, the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, and civilian engineers based out of Tinker Air Force Base. This tool, which is over 26 ft. long and typically has a gauge on it, was created in less than 12 hours after retrieving parts from local supply stores in Oklahoma City. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Master Sgt. Richard E. Newman)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Richard E. Newman
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