Fix is in

Tech. Sgt. Calvin Carter, an Air Force reservist in the 442nd Maintenance Squadron Metals Technology office, makes adjustments to the 442nd Fighter Wing's new canopy rigging fixture, a device he helped build. While the design of the fixture was more than 30-years old, it had never been built by the Air Force or the A-10's manufacturer, Fairchild Republic. Sergeant Carter and his fellow maintainers overcame several design flaws in the original plan to build the device. His modifications have been adopted by the Air Force as the standard for any unit building a fixture for its A-10s. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Bill Huntington)

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