Moving in to the New Dynamic Component Rebuild Facility

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David Saenz, a CCAD Aircraft Mechanic in the Blackhawk Gearbox Assembly Branch, Transmission and Gearbox Output Division, looks over a UH-60 tail rotor gear box assembly. This week Saenz was one of twenty artisans that moved into Building 1700, the new Dynamic Component Rebuild Facility (DCRF). The tail rotor gear box assembly in this photo is the very first component produced at the DCRF.

CCAD Aircraft Mechanic Tammy Hilliard applies a spacer on an AH-64 Apache intermediate gearbox. This week Hilliard was one of twenty CCAD artisans from the Transmission and Gearbox Output Division that moved into Building 1700, the new Dynamic Component Rebuild Facility (DCRF).


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Mission statement

  • Return rotary wing aircraft and components to the Department of Defense and other government organizations with uncompromising quality, at the lowest possible cost, in the shortest amount of time possible.
  • Safeguard the workforce. Integrate safety and risk mitigation into every aspect of depot operations.
  • Support the Army’s accident investigation processes worldwide with materials expertise and laboratory analysis.
  • Assess, evaluate and repair forward-deployed aircraft and components worldwide. Provide on-site depot capacity to the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence at Fort Rucker.
  • Support Active, Reserve and National Guard aviation maintenance skill development with hands-on training at the depot.


  • Provide our Nation the best value solution for modification, repair and overhaul of rotary wing components and aircraft; posture the depot to meet our Nation’s future requirements in peacetime and at war.


  • Customers satisfied - demands met on time - carryover goal met. Zero accident related loss of life, limb or eyesight with all OSHA safety goals met. Depot is right sized and right skilled to meet customer demands in FY14 and immediate out years.

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Last updated on: 28-May-2015