Aircraft Safety by the Book: Vance Air Force Base Maintenance Keeps Plans and Pilots Flying Safely

| Enid News & Eagle

If you are driving down the street and your check-engine light flashes on, if your engine suddenly sputters or if a tie rod snaps, you simply can pull over to the curb, step out of your car and call a tow truck. The men and women who annually fly more than 70,000 hours in the skies above Enid and Vance Air Force Base do not have that option.

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