An airman removes and tests the defective modules of CIM-10 Bomarc Missile in United States.
United States USA Date:1958 Duration:4 min 26 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Army Material Command (AMC) logistic support of United States Air Force CIM-10 Bomarc project in United States. An airman removes some defective modules from Bomarc and puts them on a testing machine. He switches on a button and a red light blinks. He sticks a tag on the module. The tag reads 'Defective'. Then he puts the defective module in a box. The Bomarc on a testing machine. Airmen work on the Bomarc modules. A man with a file in his hand talks to the airman. The nose of Bomarc. The airman looks into the file and performs the functions according to it. He puts on a switch and a needle on the machine moves. He works on the parts and modules of Bomarc and looks at the testing machine. The airman works on the technical parts of the Bomarc.
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