Under the Commercial Technologies for Maintenance Activities (CTMA) Program, the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) and the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (ODASD) Maintenance Policy & Programs (MP&P) are interested in building strong relationships among their Depot and Maintenance activities across the DoD, with other Government activities, with industry and academia that allow a leverage advantage for all.
The 14th CTMA Annual Partners Meeting (formerly referred to as Annual Symposium) was a combination virtual and networking event. This event was held over a two and half day period on 21-23 May. Videos of the speakers along with the presentations are now available via embedded links in this version of the event program: …
“Typically, it can take a maintainer about one minute to test two or three wires by hand with a multimeter,” said Tech. Sgt. Don McKenzie, a member of the wire analysis shop. “This system can test more than 3,000 wires in just one minute. This means what may take one maintainer days to identify, this system can catch something in less than a 10-minute period.”
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