Re: Aerospace - two or three areas!

Subject: Re: Aerospace - two or three areas!
From: "Bledsoe,Bill" <bledsoebl -at- AGEDWARDS -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 24 Nov 1995 08:56:49 -0600

Paul, Rick,

I wouldn't count out St. Louis either. We've got a little aerospace outfit
here too. Let's see their name is..... MCDon.... something :-)

(That's MCDonnell Douglas for those who are aerospace impaired)

Bill Bledsoe
A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.
In beautiful Downtown St. Louis, MO
Systems Administration Center
Technical Writer

Bill's opinions are bill's, not Ben's or anyone else's at AGE

"Junk moved on line is still junk. You can bet that if they
didn't read the hard copy version, they won't read the
on-line version either!"
Dr. Conrad Gottfredson, On-line Document Guru-guy
From: Cheverie, Paul [Cont]
To: Multiple recipients of list TEC
Subject: Aerospace - two or three areas!
Date: Wednesday, November 22, 1995 7:37PM

Rick Lippincott said:

>If you're interested in working in aerospace, you'll find that you're
>to Los Angeles and two or three other areas of the country.

Not to mention the aerospace vehicles, components and systems
manufacturers in Florida, Kansas, Arizona, Washington (state and DC), the
New England states, Texas, Michigan, Illinois, Oregon, Utah, Nebraska,
Alaska, etc., etc.
Or in Canada: Alberta, Manitoba, British Columbia, Ontario, New
Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Don't sell this industry short. The aerospace industry is very wide
spread throughout Canada and the United States. There aren't many states or
provinces that don't have some sort of activity in the aerospace industry
that Tech Writers are involved in. The aerospace industry involves an awful
lot of sub-industries like weapons systems, aerospace vehicles/structures,
avionics, navigation systems, satalites, orbital vehicles, plastics,
electrical/electronics, thermodynamics research, etc., etc. Most of the
fields in the aerospace industry use the skills of technical writers. And,
it is suprising, how many of the fields require the same or similar skill
sets. There are thousands of companies throughout the world involved in the
aerospace industry, on every continent (except Antarctica).

Paul C.
paul -dot- cheverie -at- gpo -dot- canada -dot- cdev -dot- com

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