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How many times have you walked out to your aircraft, whether fixed or rotary wing, on the flight deck or the flight line of some air station, and not even considered the efforts that went into providing you an “up-bird” ready to fly? While I am proud to work at Bell Textron Inc., I fondly recall my days flying in the Sikorsky H-60 or Boeing T-45. Every take-off during my career was followed by a safe landing, and I am grateful to those OEMs. But beyond maybe understanding the GE supplied the engines on the H-60, a fact drilled into your head from Day three or four at the Fleet Replacement Squadron Ground School, I too am guilty of never really understanding, or taking the time to understand,...