NEPA officials visit Tobyhanna

By Ms. Jennifer M Caprioli (IMCOM)April 6, 2009

Joe Fantanarosa (left) briefs Debbie Schmidt  and Charles Barber, Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance staff and board members, respectively, on the UAS-12C Night Sight Equipment Set.  Fantanarosa is chief of the Electro-Optic/Night Vision Division. The set is used in conjunction with the M220 tube-launched optically-tracked wire-guided (TOW) missile launcher.  During the March 25 visit, the NEPA members were briefed on the installation's operations, and toured the depot.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Joe Fantanarosa (left) briefs Debbie Schmidt and Charles Barber, Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance staff and board members, respectively, on the UAS-12C Night Sight Equipment Set. Fantanarosa is chief of the Electro-Optic/Night Vision Division. The set is used in conjunction with the M220 tube-launched optically-tracked wire-guided (TOW) missile launcher. During the March 25 visit, the NEPA members were briefed on the installation's operations, and toured the depot. (Photo Credit: Tony Medici) VIEW ORIGINAL
George Wolfe, computer engineer in the Production Engineering Directorate, speaks to (from left) Judy Borger, Schmidt, Alan Baranski, Donna LaBar, Frank Redington and Tom Pellegrini during a presentation on the Computer Aided Engineering system.  The CAE system is capable of 3-D parametric modeling, Finite Element Analysis, printing of 3-D models on the Rapid Prototyping Machine, and scanning of parts on the Laser Scanning Coordinate Measurement Machine.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – George Wolfe, computer engineer in the Production Engineering Directorate, speaks to (from left) Judy Borger, Schmidt, Alan Baranski, Donna LaBar, Frank Redington and Tom Pellegrini during a presentation on the Computer Aided Engineering system. The CAE system is capable of 3-D parametric modeling, Finite Element Analysis, printing of 3-D models on the Rapid Prototyping Machine, and scanning of parts on the Laser Scanning Coordinate Measurement Machine. (Photo Credit: Tony Medici) VIEW ORIGINAL