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- 1) Inspects, tests, and adjusts navigational and control instruments and components for aircraft and aerospace vehicles, according to blueprints, technical orders, manufacturers' data, and other specifications, using precision measuring instruments and testing equipment: Examines instruments and components for defects, such as broken dials and scratched surfaces.
- 2) Tests functional and operational performance of instruments and components, such as altimeters, airspeed indicators, turn and bank indicators, radar beacon sets, and directional gyroscopes, to determine conformance to specifications, using testing equipment.
- 3) Inspects, calibrates, and adjusts instruments and components, using precision instruments.
- 4) Records inspection information.
- 5) May contact vendors, customers, or others to exchange information or coordinate inspection activities.
- 6) May interpret inspection information and recommend corrective action for recurring instrumentation problems.
- 7) May be required to maintain Federal Aviation Administration certification to repair and adjust instruments.
- 8) May be designated according to type of instruments inspected as Inspector, Radar And Electronics.
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