FTCC Welding Students Build A Base For Super 61 Rotor

“Welding students at Fayetteville Technical Community College are using their trade skills to honor Special Operations troops who fought in the deadly Battle of Mogadishu in the African country of Somalia in 1993.
As a team, the students will create a base to hold the damaged rotor of a Black Hawk helicopter that crashed during the intense battle, detailed in a book and an Academy Award-winning film, both called “Black Hawk Down.” The rotor currently rests on a plywood base inside the U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum (ASOM) in downtown Fayetteville.”

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