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Hi, My brain is melting, in need for help with articles! “I was maintaining a fuselage structural integrity of an Mi-26 and Mi-8 helicopters through arrange and perform troubleshooting, repair and modernisation practices . That position involves large number of duty trips to an aircraft operational site and includes work for the UN mission from behalf of the employer.” And in general - is these sentences looks structurally correct ?
Oct 7, 2021 9:42 AM
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I was maintaining the structural integrity of Mi-26 and Mi-8 helicopters fuselage as it was my duty to do troubleshooting, repairs and performance of modernisation practices. That position involved frequent duty trips to an aircraft operational site and included working as a part of UN mission on the behalf of the employer.
October 7, 2021
Hi, My brain is melting, in need for help with articles! “I was maintaining a fuselage structural integrity of an Mi-26 and Mi-8 helicopters through arrange and perform troubleshooting, repair and modernisation practices . That position involves large number of duty trips to an aircraft operational site and includes work for the UN mission from behalf of the employer.” And in general - is these sentences looks structurally correct ?
I did the corrections for you but they were rejected as you deleted the contents!! So I won't correct again. If you are no longer doing this job, then use past tense. If you are still doing this job, use present tense. I gauge that you are an aircraft maintenance engineer. You do preventive and detective maintenance for specific aircraft models. You would schedule the maintenance works, do repairs, upgrades and enhancements. Enjoy!!!
October 7, 2021
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