Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Joe Lovett, May 14, 2016.
Good to hear joe
Thank you guys!!! It means a lot.
I've been loading photos of the Space Station on the Boeing employee and retired page on Facebook, so far only done 15 of 155. It's going to be a long process and I'm really glad was able to receive them. Have the blueprints for the Integrated Equipment Assembly, IEA that I was lead Structure Mechanic in addition to lead for all the electrical systems. We built 4 modules that holds solor array panels and altogether we built 12 modules. Of the 365 foot truss Tulsa did 290 feet of structure, the remainder was done by Rocketdyne in Huntington Beach California.
It was the best program I worked on in my 24 year career.
I will post photos on a new special thread.
International Space Station Photos.
Marion Watkins and I counted 52 Structure Mechanics that worked in our Bubble. The work area had huge heavy duty sheeting from the ceiling to a 10 foot high walls. We had to maintain air quality monitoring with partical counters, there was a tent large enough to fit over IEA 350 assembly where Rocketdyne tube welders worked on the Ammonia tubing for coolant for Cold Plates.
I thought you guys might like to see them.
Cynthia and I are going to move October 24th to another apartment in Tulsa. Rent here is going up and the new apartment is less than what we are paying now. The bedroom for the layout is larger so I can expand it a little bit.
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