QuantiTech’s James Snyder Featured in Army Aviation Magazine

QuantiTech’s Mr. James Snyder coauthored the article, “Sustaining the Fleet – Leveraging Condition Based Reset”, in the latest issue of Army Aviation Magazine. Mr. Snyder, a Condition Based Maintenance Plus Lead, supports the US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Aviation and Missile Center G-3(M) Continued Airworthiness and Materiel Readiness Division.

Modernization and the future force is a top priority for the Army, and there is currently a buzz about the future of Army Aviation. The discussion of Future Vertical Lift (FVL) capabilities and capacity is shaping the way future warfare may be conducted. FVL will provide a currently unattainable range and station time, proving combatant commanders flexibility and decision space during future operations. Future sustainment concepts will provide increased reliability, reduced maintenance per flight hour, ensuring Army Aviation’s unparalleled support to the warfighter. With all of the benefits that our future capabilities offer, the enterprise cannot lose focus on the fact that the current fleet of aircraft will still be a key combat multiplier in the future. The age of our current fleet and the operational demand placed on these aircraft, our maintenance efforts, policy, and data processes must be focused and adapted to meet those demands…

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Army Aviation Magazine: Sustaining the Fleet – Leveraging Condition Based Reset