Record-setting engine

David Greenburg and Bob Boye loosen a bolt to remove a TF-34-100A turbo-fan engine from an A-10 Thunderbolt II at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., June 2, 2009, while Tony Divito, left, checks a safety strap. This engine set a longevity record in the 442nd Fighter Wing after being installed on the same aircraft for 10 years and accumulated 3,464.4 hours of operating time. Mr. Boye and Mr. Greenberg are crew chiefs in the 442nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and Mr. Divito is an engine mechanic in the 442nd Maintenance Squadron. All three are Air Reserve Technicians. The 442nd is an Air Force Reserve unit based at Whiteman. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Bill Huntington)

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