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operating room as they call for extra resources, and they do what needs to be done to get the job done. This calls for excellent teamwork, a lot of innovation, resourcefulness and resiliency. It’s like one of my dad’s many old sayings: “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” Maintenance is full of stories


like these, with one that is close to home. Ken Borek Air is just one of many companies that has legionary maintenance personnel with a lot of resiliency. The story of how they repaired a Basler P&W PT6A- 67 powered DC3 with extensive take-off damage to the engines, wings, landing gear and cockpit in Antarctica with its perpetual winter is well worth the listen and read. In 45 days, they dug it out of the snow, repaired it to fl ying condition and it fl ew out. If you haven’t seen the video yet, put that on you bucket list and go to YouTube — DC3 repair Antarctica. I would have loved to have been part of that team, but I don’t like the cold.


Resilience for us humans can be calling on an inner strength to accomplish a goal that has never been encountered before. It is an attitude that there has to be a solution to the problem and I won’t give up until it is found. I have seen this in some cancer patients and have a relative who was been diagnosed with an inoperable cancer and told that with chemo he had a maximum of six months to live. Three years later he is now receiving three diff erent chemo treatments lasting more than fi ve hours every three weeks. When we phone him, he is always cheerful and positive about life even though now he is sick for a week after each treatment. He has a good week and starts to feel sick again. He has a resiliency that I’m not sure I would have. Even though he has to know who will win in the end, he certainly has the resiliency to say, “Not


PT6A Hot Section Inspection Balancing and blading is performed in our facility.


Utilization of modern state-of-the-art equipment results in the quality our customers demand.


The “Zero-Grind” Hot Section


Heritage Turbines specializes in the “Zero-Grind” hot section. Benefits of utilizing this technique are: P Superior Fit and Finish P Ease of Re-Installation P Eliminates potential for engine contamination


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