Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook - General
Publisher: Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. 2008
Number of pages: 660
All the latest industry standards, approved techniques and new technologies materials, and processes are covered in this updated handbook specifically tailored to provide all the information necessary to prepare for the FAA mechanic certification. Logical chapter structure is designed to ensure consistent and efficient internalization of the material - including mathematics, aircraft drawings, physics, electricity, inspections, and ground operations - to ensure a firm foundation of the basic principles, fundamentals, and technical procedures.
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