As a new feature of our blog, I'll occasionally include video clips from my trips through the hangar where I'll stop and ask one of our mechanics, "What are you doing today?" I'm naturally more oriented toward still photography so I greatly appreciate your patience as I dabble in video.
Here's the first clip in the "What Are You Doing Today" series. It features Mark, one of our apprentice mechanics as he makes a repair to one of the missionary airplanes we regularly maintain.
The red airplane behind Mark is the Cessna 337 that we're repairing for a ministry in Canada. The Aztec is actually off camera to the left. You can just see right wing in the left side of the frame.