Air Force

June 27, 2014

Huron comes home to test

C12a
Photograph by by Jet Fabara

Larry Mergili, an L3 Communications site manager attached to the 445th Flight Test Squadron, checks the undercarriage of a C-12C Huron, tail number 31215, after arriving from its aircraft condition inspection from San Angelo, Texas, on June 20. This specific C-12C was out for more than a year due to damage it incurred from a heavy hailstorm while undergoing its ACI. While in San Angelo, the aircraft underwent repairs on the exterior of the aircraft and received new mods in order to return as a test asset at Edwards.

C12b
Photograph by by Jet Fabara

Karl Major, U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School instructor, signs off on post-aircraft condition inspection paperwork on an Edwards C-12C Huron, tail number 31215, after arriving from its ACI in San Angelo, Texas, on June 20. This specific C-12C was out for more than a year due to damage it incurred from a heavy hailstorm while undergoing its ACI. While in San Angelo, the aircraft underwent repairs on the exterior of the aircraft and received new mods in order to return as a test asset at Edwards.




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