Nice, if this is who I think it is, I am engaged to your cousin haha. And I've beeen meaning to ask you about that mag holder.Narcotics investigator by day (sort of) and gear maker by (very late) night.
See I told you I have no problem with being "that guy" haha.Haha. Yeah ive checked before with the person that sells the ammo, but they don't carry .45 GAP haha. As far as the tickets go, we mainly use Korean air so that's where the discounts are at. Sorry bro. Haha
I'm exactly who you think I am... I'll be in the shop all weekend, your mag pouches should be done somewhere during that time.jimmyalbrecht said:Nice, if this is who I think it is, I am engaged to your cousin haha. And I've beeen meaning to ask you about that mag holder.
I used to work at Langley Research Center (LARC) I designed the ambilical cover on the developmental Ares 1x flight. I enjoy defense work more than space. I like designing systems, structures, or devices that help to protect our soldiers and/or fulfill their missions. ( Mostly Army helicopters, but occasionally USMC and other armed forces air vehicles as well).After my time in the Navy as a technician on radar display consoles, I went to school and earned my Computer Engineering degree.
After graduation I went to work for a defense contractor testing the International Space Station flight software.
A few years later got a promotion and started to design, develop, integrate, document and now test a new audio and video processing system for the ISS. I'm the functional lead for that and interface with users, ground system developers, integration testers and NASA customers on a daily basis.
When I was developing the video software, I got paid to watch movies all day long (used a DVD as the analog source) as I tested and improved the system.
My system uses industry standards for network broadcasting of the audio and video data, so I became a 'video expert', which is fun.
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