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Mech Magazine : Fall 2010: Fall 2010

By Robb, David

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Book Id: WPLBN0002113822
Format Type: PDF Magazine :
File Size: 2.8 MB
Reproduction Date: 2010
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Title: Mech Magazine : Fall 2010: Fall 2010  
Author: Robb, David
Volume: Fall 2010
Language: English
Subject: Military, Technology, Safety
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Marines Magazine Collection
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Publisher: Naval Safety Center


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Robbitor, L. D. (Ed.). (2010). Mech Magazine : Fall 2010. Retrieved from

Description: Naval Safety Center magazine on Navy and Marine Corps aviation maintenance.

Summary: Published quarterly.

Mishaps cost time and resources. They take our Sailors, Marines and civilian employees away from their units and workplaces and put them in hospitals, wheelchairs and coffins. Mishaps ruin equipment and weapons. They diminish our readiness. This magazine’s goal is to help make sure that personnel can devote their time and energy to the mission. We believe there is only one way to do any task: the way that follows the rules and takes precautions against hazards. Combat is hazardous; the time to learn to do a job right is before combat starts.


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