This course provides an opportunity for high school students to pursue and receive credit for college-level course work at the same time high school graduation requirements are completed. In this course, the student will be introduced to aircraft hardware and materials, precision measuring and non-destructive testing, aircraft ground operations, fuels, cleaning and corrosion control methods, and the use of aircraft drawings. Identification and selection of aircraft hardware, performance of non-destructive testing, fabrication and inspection of flexible fluid lines, identification of fuels, use of cleaning materials, and corrosion control programs are emphasized. Upon completion students should be able to perform nondestructive tests, use precision measuring tools, fabricate and install rigid and flexible fluid lines, select hardware and fuels, handle and secure an aircraft, and identify, read, create, and interpret aircraft drawings. College credit is earned through the Dual Enrollment/Accelerated Learner Program with Enterprise State Community College.