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After being repaired for a number of years, the submarine was put back into service in 2014.
He pointed out that most of the pharmaceutical factories affected by terrorism have been put back into service partially or fully, adding that the number of operating factories is 69, while four new plants are being licensed.
Here are some of the most famous examples INCREDIBLY, the limousine the President was in when he was assassinated in 1963 was repaired and put back into service.
Here are some of the most famous examples The limousine the US president was travelling in when he was assassinated in 1963 was repaired and put back into service.
While it is not unusual for a hospital to have backup equipment for imaging and life support machines, it's still essential that the units are repaired and put back into service as quickly as possible, especially in facilities with large patient loads.
With this type of design, if the facility does flood, it could easily be cleaned up and put back into service.
When the plane was put back into service, flight crew overlooked the error during the pre-flight procedure, the after-start check, and the after take-off check.
With super-fast cure times, Enviroline 405HTR consistently allows storage vessels to be put back into service in as little as 14 hours after coating.
Because a B-52 had never before been put back into service from storage, Air Force Global Strike Command projected the project would take 90 days.
It worked on a wide variety of guns having to be put back into service quickly.
Cox added: "It needed a structural inspection before new lifts could be put back into service.
Too many LRUs are being put back into service without new seals and that can cause problems.