Debunking “Damage History”
The term “Damage History” is a widely used and largely misunderstood term in the aviation community. For almost as long as aircraft have been flying, aircraft have needed to be repaired. Actually the same is true for any complex machine – if it moves, it will at some point break. Whether the result of operator error, engineered lifecycle, mechanical malfunction, or Act of God, machines require routine maintenance and or repair in order to remain in “like new” condition.
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