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After a steady hover was established, we cleared our crew chief to lower the first swimmer into the water.
Trackside also offers touch-enabled data that gives the crew chief and driver insight and analysis on timing and scoring data versus competitors, allowing a team to determine if the right adjustments have been made to the car or what adjustments may need to be made.
With only a quick discussion with one of the two other enlisted air crew members on the flight, the crew chief strapped into a gunner's belt and cased himself backwards off the aircraft's ramp into the windstream, while holding on to the back of the ramp.
While responding to an F-16 maintenance problem during launch at Balad AB, Iraq, SrA Grill witnessed a crew chief strike his head on the aircraft's trailing edge flap.
Robby Gordon was docked 100 points and his crew chief was suspended for six races and fined $100,000 as NASCAR penalized 10 teams in its three different national series for infractions found at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla.
There is no substitute for being out there on that ramp in the middle of the night in the driving rain with your head up there in that engine bay with that crew chief saying, "Tell me what you're doing, son.
After exchanging notes, a Crew Chief allowed the Sailor to brake check an F-15.
According to one IATSE rule, if a particular department, electricians say, is required in the theater for a specific "work call," then the crew chiefs of all departments also must be called.