542nd moves into mass production, saving Army money [Image 1 of 5]
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, WA, UNITED STATES
Sgt. James Flohr, machine shop sergeant, 542nd Support Maintenance Company, makes an intricate part for a Stryker using a computer numerically controlled milling machine on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Oct. 4. The part displayed costs the Army $7,000 per pair to order but can be built for about one dollar each, said Flohr. Saving the Army both money and time.
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