Army engineer powers remote bases

Army engineer powers remote bases

Faces of the Force: Stephen Smith     POSITION: Senior Logistician, Product Manager, Medium Power Sources UNIT: Project Manager Mobile Electric Power Total Years of Service: 12 years civil service; 20 years active duty Army EDUCATION: M.S. aeronautical science, aerospace management, B.S. professional aeronautics, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Fla. AWARDS: Superior Civilian Service Award (2); Commanders’ Award for Civilian Service (3) Deployments: Afghanistan 2007- 2008; 2010 – 2011; 2012-2013   By Steve Stark   Steve Smith volunteered to deploy to Afghanistan from May 2012 to February 2013 as the government lead logistics manager for Project Manager Mobile Electric Power (PM MEP) Forward Theater Team to field the Army’s […]

Mechanical engineer’s ‘shock’ing deployment

Mechanical engineer’s ‘shock’ing deployment

Faces of the Force: Neil Cooper     POSITION: Systems Engineer UNIT: Project Manager Mobile Electric Power (PM MEP), Program Executive Office Combat Support and Combat Service Support, Warren, Mich. TOTAL YEARS OF SERVICE: 3 EDUCATION: Oakland University B.S.E., mechanical engineering DEPLOYMENTS: Afghanistan, 2013   By Steve Stark   Neil Cooper is an engineer who spent several months deployed to Afghanistan performing power assessments of austere base camps in support of Project Manager Mobile Electric Power (PM MEP) and its effort to “right size” mobile power equipment. In an unusual twist, Cooper deployed while he was an intern in the TARDEC [U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center] […]