FRCSE


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AcronymDefinition
FRCSEFleet Readiness Center Southeast
FRCSEFellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (UK)
FRCSEFellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
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NAVAIR FRCSE tested Ext2FS 0.68 drivers to interface the Linux file system in a virtual application with the host OS.
Meetings took place with the FRCSE business office, as well as company representatives from General Electric Aircraft Engines (GEAE) and Raytheon, the respective Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and business partner on these programs.
In other words, when FRCSE personnel started work, each part that was removed by the squadron hadn't been accounted for by both parties involved in the maintenance.
Upon receipt of a NAVICP-issued asset, FRCSE is responsible for its timely repair and/or modification.
Both projects focus on open purchase material support and requisition processing at FRCSE, with one in the Industrial Plant Maintenance Division (IPMD) and the other examining the manufacturing work order (MWO) process.
Chemist Keiko Sapp, a subject matter expert for engine cleaning at FRCE, and Kami Downey of FRCSE, are testing the performance of an engine cleaning technology by EcoPower System that could help reduce water consumption, hazardous material use and environmental waste while improving engine performance.
When the combined safety team from FRCSE levels two and three did their investigation, the phrase, "If only I would have" reverberated throughout the shop, much like the explosion had done earlier that day.
"The T-6 is the primary trainer aircraft for CNATRA," said Daniel Simon, FRCSE's deputy integrated product team lead for the trainer aircraft program.
The sleek, newly installed 3-D printers at Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) expand on the burgeoning additive manufacturing capability of the Naval Aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul facility.