Nadcap Recognition for Industry Dedication

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Nadcap Recognition for Industry Dedication

14 March 2011

At the last Nadcap meeting in Barcelona in February 2011, several individuals were recognized for their commitment to aerospace special process and product Quality through their involvement in Nadcap.

Four outgoing members of the Nadcap Management Council who were not in attendance were recognized for their service on the NMC:

Mark Crevier – formerly of Pratt & Whitney

Peter Feind – formerly of Liebherr Aerospace

John McBrien – formerly General Service Administration, and

Michel Pierantoni – Eurocopter

Doug Matson of The Boeing Company, Michael Brandt of Alcoa, Inc. and John Ewing, a PRI auditor/instructor, received Recognition Awards for their contributions related to Pyrometry issues.

Scott Patterson of Goodrich received a Recognition Award for his service as Nonconventional Machining and Surface Enhancement Task Group Chair.

Philippe Pons of Airbus received a Recognition Award for his service as Electronics Task Group Chair.

Dale Harmon of Cincinnati Thermal Spray received a Recognition Award for attending 35 consecutive meetings. Dale has not missed a meeting in 10 years.

Kevin Ward of Goodrich received a Leadership Award for his service as NMC Standardization Sub-Team Chairperson.

John Haddock of BAE Systems received a Leadership Award for his service as NMC Oversight Sub-Team Chairperson.

Mark Rechtsteiner of GE Aviation received the NMC Chairperson’s Award for his leadership and vision as NMC Chairperson.

Lisa Ippolito of PRI received a Recognition Award for dedication and hard work and playing an instrumental part in the Nadcap Meetings over the last nine years.

Wayne Brown of The Boeing Company and current president of the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) is a member of the PRI Board of Directors, which met in Barcelona during the Nadcap meeting. He commented: “The number of companies – both Primes and Suppliers – who sent representatives from all around the world to the Nadcap meeting in Barcelona was impressive. Their commitment should be applauded. The opportunity to share information, network with industry colleagues and contribute to the continual improvement of Nadcap is one I encourage all stakeholders to take advantage of.”