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NEWS | Aug. 31, 2022

UH-60: Turn in Unserviceable Vanexial Fans

BLUF:  Turn in unserviceable vaneaxial fans ASAP. 

Black Hawk Helicopter practicing flight maneuvers.
Photo by Master Sgt. Becky Vanshur
 
Mechanics, the Utility Helicopter Project Office needs all unserviceable vaneaxial fans turned in now, so they can be repaired and sent back out to meet mission requirements. Remember, holding on to unserviceable assets doesn’t do you or the Army any good.

Here are the vaneaxiel fan assets to turn in if unserviceable:
 
Component NSN 4140-
Vaneaxial fan 01-424-9956
01-329-3428
 
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