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Mechanical and Electrical Facility Engineers
Analytical Mechanics Associates (AMA) is seeking two (2) qualified licensed professional engineers to support the Facilities Engineering, Maintenance, and Operations (FEMO) Branch at NASA’s historic Armstrong Flight Research Center (AFRC) located in Edwards, CA. AFRC is best known as the site where Chuck Yeager became the first person to break the sound barrier, flying the Bell-X1 aircraft and has been instrumental in the recent innovations of the X-59 aircraft, which not only breaks the sound barrier but through its demonstrator flights will attenuate sonic booms, allowing for commercial supersonic flight over populated areas throughout the U.S. The work done at AFRC will significantly change how we think of flight, again. Come join our team at NASA, where your talents can flourish in

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