by Emery F.
I worked at Librascope and was hired in May 1959 as a design draftsman. I was assigned to the Atlas-Centaur missile program to design the circuit boards and related parts for the Centaur computer. This Atlas device is still active. I was promoted to senior designer, production and liaison engineer, program manager, supervisor of estimating, then manager of customer service, spares and repairs. I was also a project coordinator on the Seawolf submarine program. After retiring 28 years later, I was hired by the Defense Contract Administration Services as an industrial specialist, because of my experience in manufacturing and engineering.I am now 83 years young! I am married, with three children and four grandchildren. I am still a member of the Lockheed Martin Credit Union. Thank you!