TriVector Employees Honored by NASA for Outstanding Work
on Tuesday, 16 August 2011.
In separate ceremonies in July 2011, two TriVector employees were recognized by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center for their outstanding work.
Bill Anglin received a "Certificate of Appreciation Honor Award" for his outstanding configuration management leadership in support of the Ares Project, and for invaluable dedication to the furtherance of the configuration management discipline. Bill has nearly 40 years of experience in Configuration Management. He has received numerous awards for his work at NASA, including the coveted Silver Snoopy Award presented by astronauts. Bill has been with TriVector for three years this month, and has also served in the U.S. Army Reserves for 35 years.
David Ledbetter was recognized by his peers in NASA's Stage Systems Engineering and Integration Division as the "Employee of the Year." His outstanding teamwork, professionalism, and ability to effectively balance work, family and other commitments were cited. David graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Industrial and Systems Engineering degree. Prior to joining TriVector, David worked in the Systems Engineering group for the Missile Defense Agency and the U.S. Army's PEO Aviation Group.