Tag Archives: ISS

Space is back, baby!

I was fortunate to catch the movie ‘Gravity’ this weekend, in 3D, of course. The movie stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, who are two of my favorites. But it wasn’t the ‘star’ power that caught me, it was the … Continue reading

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Working the Other Side of the Rope

I’ve worked in the aerospace field for twenty years and I’m often asked if I’ve been able to fly on any of the aircraft I work on. Well, the short answer is ‘No’. The US Air Force owns most of … Continue reading

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Another Men-tor, Starting My Aerospace Career

Larry hired me into Boeing. Recently divorced and with two small boys, I moved to Huntsville, Alabama, to start over. I knew that Huntsville was a Mecca of sorts for engineers. I would imagine the Huntsville area employs more STEMs … Continue reading

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