U.S. Military Officers Cautiously Optimistic On New MRO Tech

Credit: Boeing
Imagine a decade from now, maintainers aboard a U.S. aircraft carrier at sea using additive manufacturing to “print” a moderate repair part for an F-18, allowing the fighter to get back in the air quicker while optimizing military readiness, capability and costs. Whether that vision becomes reality...

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