Machinists promote training for aerospace jobs

Posted by Thao Nelson - On February 17, 2011 (EST)

There’s a story that’s told at Boeing, about a long-time Machinist who spent decades of his career working in Renton building landing gear for 737s. He finally retired, after long years of service. And shortly thereafter, inspectors on the 737 line started finding problems with the landing gear. Time went by, the problems kept cropping up – to the point that it was starting to affect delivery schedules – when someone got the idea to bring the recently retired Machinist back to see if he could figure out the problem. Click "view page now" to read more...

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