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Engineers of AOM

A group for all those who possess the mind of an Engineer. Share your ideas get feed back and trouble shoot problems here

Members: 73
Latest Activity: on Saturday

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This is a group for everyone who enjoys envisioning an idea and watching it come together before your eyes.

Discussion Forum

What engineering discipline?

Started by Mark. Last reply by Kyle Arcurio Jun 20. 19 Replies

Seeing that there were no topics in this group I just joined, I decided to ask, what kind of engineer are you? And that said, I'm actually not one! I'm a physics and mathematics undergrad student,…Continue

Calling all engineers/project managers...

Started by Douglas Aldrich. Last reply by Clinton Brown Apr 5. 3 Replies

To all the engineers and project managers out there,How would you suggest I go about looking for employment working on the infrastructure in America? My degree is in Facilities Engineering (think…Continue

What exactly qualifies as "the mind of an Engineer"?

Started by Joseph Victor Newman. Last reply by Michael Aug 31, 2012. 2 Replies

This group is described as "A group for all those who possess the mind of an Engineer."What exactly qualifies as "the mind of an Engineer"? I think one can have "the mind of an engineer" without…Continue

Engineers in Literature

Started by John Thomas. Last reply by Josh Clark Dec 25, 2010. 1 Reply

What are everyone's favorite books/films featuring engineers/engineering as a focal point? I think Sci-FI is a separate genre. Anyway, mine are:Atlas ShruggedFountainhead (okay more architecture, but…Continue

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Comment by Iosephus Lvcs Gonzalez on March 3, 2012 at 4:19pm

Hey Pat, good luck, and keep it up.

Comment by Pat Vandelay on March 3, 2012 at 4:00pm

Hey guys, 27 y/o returning student here.  Currently in my 1st year of pre-engineering at the local CC, then hoping to transfer to U of Washington for ME or EE.

Comment by Tracy W. Saunders on December 31, 2011 at 11:58pm

Tracy SAunders

Field Service engineer for GE

Comment by Semper Rogue on April 9, 2011 at 2:04pm

Hello.

First off, thank you Sean Grogan! Nice of you.

Second, I have a book some of you might be interested in perusing. Engineers in combat and a damn good read.

It's called FIRST ACROSS THE RHINE by Col. Pergrin. 291st Engineer Combat battalions actions in WWII. Makes me want to go build something!

Comment by Taylor Baxter on March 29, 2011 at 11:06pm
Hey everyone.  I'm a student studying to get my bachelors and masters in mechanical engineering.  I'm glad to be here.
Comment by Sean G. on March 26, 2011 at 1:41am
Engineers solve problems, and as far as i'm concerned you solved them in the toughest of conditions. Welcome aboard!
Comment by Semper Rogue on March 25, 2011 at 9:24pm

I was a military combat engineer so I don't know if I belong. At any rate, here I is and maybe I'll something to contribute or just stand in the corner with a broom.

Glad to be aboard.

Comment by John Thomas on December 25, 2010 at 12:12pm

Merry X-mas fellow engineers, I just found the group and joined. I'm and electrical and fire protection engineer from Chicago.

 

Comment by Mark on August 16, 2010 at 9:14pm
Hey everyone! Please consider joining my new group, Spaceflight Fanatics! We will discuss all things spaceflight, manned and unmanned, past, present, and future, NASA, ESA, JAXA, Roscosmos, CNSA, military spaceflight, commercial and private spaceflight, and anything else spaceflight!

Here is a link:
http://community.artofmanliness.com/group/spaceflightfanatics
 

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"Wear collared shirt when working. Also do not wear undershirt and open top two buttons. Always shirtless at home and everywhere else I possibly can."
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Tutorship

Hello gentlemen,Following an idea that was present in the book "30 days to a better man" that encourages us to find a tutor, I´d like to propose a discussion about us finding our tutors over here in the AOM community. Perhaps we could find ourselves online tutors since we are all aiming at the same thing: be better men. What do you think?See More
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Shirt Style at Work

Hey guys,How do you usually wear collared shirts when at work? For me, I wear no undershirt underneath and I usually unbutton the top two buttons whenever I work then I unbutton the rest when I go home. It's been so hot lately I've been keen on showing as much skin as possible. What's everybody's train of thought regarding this?See More
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Fred Weldon replied to Rodney Allen Thornton's discussion Thinking of removing the long hair. Suggestions?
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