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National Engineers Week: The Results are In

In February, we celebrated National Engineers Week with a team-building competition called “Mission Impossible: The Next Assignment.” The competition was difficult, but picking the winners was even more challenging.

National Engineers Week Challenge: The Results Are In

Charleston, SC Engineer Emmanuel Pean is up for the challenge

In an impressive display of collaboration and  camaraderie, more than 400 employees – both engineers and non-engineers – participated at locations such as Washington, D.C.; Rockville, Md.; Charleston, S.C.; Quantico and Dahlgren, Va.; Roy, Utah; and Phoenix, Ariz.
 
Teams, made up of two to five competitors, were tasked with building a Rube Goldberg machine that was required to ring a “global threat detection bell.” Participants were given a box of random materials and 30 minutes to complete their mission. The top prize was a spot on BAE Systems’ “MI Elite Task Force.”

And the winner is...

Team "Disqualified" took home the gold as overall best performers.

Team This contraption took home the gold as Overall Best Performer

Congratulations to Mike Amoroso, Justin Gliptis, Jeff Hinton and Mike Newbern!

Congratulations to all of our winning teams!

National Engineers Week 2014 Congratulations to our winning teams!
National Engineers Week 2014 Congratulations to our winning teams!