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I'm sure if the boss wants it to get done, it will get done one way or another.

Seriously though, it depends. If you're looking for justification for an argument, the 61-series job guides are meant to be used by the specialists, so if that's the tech data being used, the engine folks are doing it. If the 12-series job guides are being used, then it's APG doing the check. By concept, APG is in charge of all routine maintenance. In practice though, if an engine troop doesn't have work, he's doing it. If engine troops are busy, it could go either way. Not sure if it really matters who does it, as long as they do it right. I've seen a few APG folks grab the wrong color can, so do what your comfort allows you to do.

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