Aircrafts and wind turbine blades often get hit by lightning strikes due to their operating locations. With increasing incidents of lightning flashes every year due to global warming, damage assessment of CFRP structures after lightning strike to aircrafts and wind turbine blades is getting increasingly important. Many researchers are involved in designing better and more resilient lighting strike protection materials and often utilize non-destructuve evaluation (NDE) methods such as ultrasonic testing (UT), high-speed digital videograpgy, and high-speed IR thermography. In particular, UT is widely used due to its cost-effectiveness compared to other methods. Using UT imaging can obtain any potential damaged locations caused by lightning strike through the thickness of the composite specimens. Traditional UT and visual inspections only display the damage in units area, when in fact the UT data is volumetric. This study optimized the UT data to measure and display the volumetric damage after artificial lightning strike and is compared to the standardized visual inspection.