National Engineers' Week - Feb. 15-21

By Steve GrzezdzinskiJanuary 28, 2009

Ron Mercatili, electronics engineer, validates test program software for the new Miniature Airborne GPS Receiver Test Station. Mercatili works in the Production Engineering Directorate.
1 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Ron Mercatili, electronics engineer, validates test program software for the new Miniature Airborne GPS Receiver Test Station. Mercatili works in the Production Engineering Directorate. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL
John Deininger, electronics engineer, checks cables in the newly designed Enhance Bandwidth Efficient Modem Rack, which is being deployed to all SATCOM facilities throughout the world.  Deininger works in the Production Engineering Directorate.
2 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – John Deininger, electronics engineer, checks cables in the newly designed Enhance Bandwidth Efficient Modem Rack, which is being deployed to all SATCOM facilities throughout the world. Deininger works in the Production Engineering Directorate. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL
Ron Scarnulis, industrial engineer, reviews design drawings for the new powder coating system, to assure installation is completed according to the specifications. Scarnulis works in the Productivity Improvement and Innovation Directorate.
3 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Ron Scarnulis, industrial engineer, reviews design drawings for the new powder coating system, to assure installation is completed according to the specifications. Scarnulis works in the Productivity Improvement and Innovation Directorate. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL
Gene Curran (in red shirt), mechanical engineer, helped devise a plan to move an Air Force C-130 cargo aircraft via CH-47 Chinook helicopter.  Curran works in the Production Engineering Directorate.
4 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Gene Curran (in red shirt), mechanical engineer, helped devise a plan to move an Air Force C-130 cargo aircraft via CH-47 Chinook helicopter. Curran works in the Production Engineering Directorate. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL
Bernard Stascavage, safety engineer, checks that the steam trap on a medium press steam unit is functioning properly. He works in the Industrial Risk Management Directorate.
5 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Bernard Stascavage, safety engineer, checks that the steam trap on a medium press steam unit is functioning properly. He works in the Industrial Risk Management Directorate. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL
Tim Knabel, mechanical engineer, Production Engineering Directorate, checks a mine roller interface bracket, which is a prototype the depot manufactures.
6 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Tim Knabel, mechanical engineer, Production Engineering Directorate, checks a mine roller interface bracket, which is a prototype the depot manufactures. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL
Erin Moran, mechanical engineer, Production Engineering Directorate, verifies mounting bracket dimensions.  These brackets are part of a mounting assembly for securing generators on van trailers.
7 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Erin Moran, mechanical engineer, Production Engineering Directorate, verifies mounting bracket dimensions. These brackets are part of a mounting assembly for securing generators on van trailers. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL
Len Zito, acoustical engineer, PII, uses a Thermo-Imaging infrared camera to detect water intrusions and delamination within shelter walls, floors and roofs.
8 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Len Zito, acoustical engineer, PII, uses a Thermo-Imaging infrared camera to detect water intrusions and delamination within shelter walls, floors and roofs. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL
Matthew Felter, chemical engineer, checks the thickness of the powder coat to make sure the process meets specifications.  Felter work in the Productivity Improvement and Innovation Directorate.
9 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Matthew Felter, chemical engineer, checks the thickness of the powder coat to make sure the process meets specifications. Felter work in the Productivity Improvement and Innovation Directorate. (Photo Credit: Steve Grzezdzinski) VIEW ORIGINAL