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NEWS | Jan. 10, 2023

AH-64/H-60: Sign Up for T700 Engine Classes for 2023

BLUF: General Electric has announced its 2023 training schedule for classes on the T700-series engine.
Soldiers working to remove T700 engine from a Black Hawk helicopter
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Getting T700 engine training keeps mechanics up to date on maintaining their aircraft. General Electric will again be offering line maintenance training in 2023. The first class in February is already full, so units should sign up ASAP. 
For more details, check out the Utility Helicopter Newsletter (Nov-Dec 2023) attached HERE to get all the details on class requirements and the 2023 course schedule.
Note that fill rates may have changed since the newsletter was published, meaning fewer slots may be available than listed.
Contact the AMCOM POC, Marlayna Dotson, for scheduling at: 
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