AFLCMC NDI goes digital on aircraft inspections: saves money, improves operations for Air Force

An X-ray generator is aimed up at an F-16 wing spar during a pre-production test at the 138th Fighter Wing at Tulsa Air National Guard Base, Oklahoma Oct. 26, 2017 of the computed radiography system now being implemented throughout the Air Force by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. The new system replaces the film used in X-ray imaging with an imaging plate to produce a digital X-ray image that can be shared more easily and eliminates the use of hazardous chemicals. (Courtesy photo)

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