Oct ober 2015 33 in particular, he said, is a great place from which to draw employees. “With the five major military installations here in the region, there are many military veterans who prefer to stay in this area. These candidates provide us with excellent talent pools and job applicants.” Despite the relatively small size of the design center in Colorado, its engineers work on a long list of both military and commercial airplane programs, including the new 777X, he said. The nature of the work across programs also encourages collaboration, which may be easier because of its size. “I like the small site. You may not know everybody here, but you recognize everyone,” said Shawn Cole, a Ground-based Missile Defense Plans Photos: (Above) Intern Ane Frauches, left, and Doug Taylor, a Research Solutions strategist with Jeppesen, confer in Jeppesen’s research lab in Englewood, Colo. (Right) Sampson “Gil” Gilbert, foreground, and Steve Sladaritz, both managers with Wideband Global SATCOM, work in the program’s Colorado Springs, Colo., lab.
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