Aerospace Maintenance Competition Taking Place During MRO Americas 2015

The Aerospace Maintenance Competition (AMC) is taking place next week, April 14-16, at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, Fla., during MRO Americas 2015. AMC brings teams together from all over the world to compete in a skill-based competition. Teams consist of either certified Aircraft Maintenance Technicians, Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, international and domestic Armed Forces personnel involved in aircraft maintenance, and students enrolled in either FAA, EASA or CASA schools. All teams are divided into categories of General Aviation, Commercial Aviation, Space, Military, MRO/OEM and School. These teams compete in a timed competition by testing their knowledge and skills in 16 scheduled events that highlight the principles of the AMT and AME craft and profession.

RF System Lab, manufacturer of the VJ-Advance video borescope, is proud to be a sponsor of AMC 2015. RF System Lab is donating a VJ-Advance to the winning school team and is excited to be providing the winning students an opportunity to enhance their studies through hands-on learning with the tools regularly used in the aviation maintenance industry.

Another AMC sponsor is the Aeronautical Repair Station Association. The ARSA is a repeat sponsor of AMC and is an extremely important part of the aviation maintenance industry. Director of Maintenance (D.O.M.) Magazine and Helicopter Maintenance Magazine are also sponsors of AMC. As the only magazines totally focused on the business of aircraft maintenance, they are ideal sponsors for this competition.

RF System Lab is proud to stand alongside other companies and organizations who are an integral part of the aviation community. Interested parties can help these and many other sponsors support the teams competing next week by stopping by the Aerospace Maintenance Competition at MRO Americas 2015.

More information about the Aerospace Maintenance Competition can be found at the event website. More information about RF System Lab and the VJ-Advance video borescope can be found at or by calling 855-787-3091.

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