AEROSPACE GROUP BI-WEEKLY NEWSLETTER www.wyleweb.com OCT. 4, 2011
New Aerospace Group Operating Unit Announced
The following message was sent to all Aerospace Group employees by Aerospace Group President Pete Green on Sept. 28.
Almost three years ago we began our efforts to take the Aerospace Team to the next level. As part of achieving that goal
we focused on expanding Wyle’s long-time support to the U.S. Air Force, as well as aligning our many other outstanding
offerings that could be potentially supportive to the Air Force mission.
As a result, the scope of our work has grown as Wyle has been selected to support the Air Force in carrying out their
mission in several areas, including systems engineering, electronic, cyber, and aeronautical systems. This growing
tasking, coupled with the potential benefit we believe we can bring to our Air Force customers, brings us to a very
Effective January 1, 2012, the Aerospace Group will stand up a new operating unit specifically focused on supporting our Air
Force systems customers. Our new Air Force Systems Operating Unit will be composed of our Northwest Florida, Mission
Systems (Northeast Region), and Dayton Sectors and will be part of our Technology and Test Division led by Bert Johnston.
Please join me in congratulating Bert and the Air Force Ops and BD team for having the vision, dedication, and
entrepreneurial spirit to reach this milestone.
President, Aerospace Group
02 AeroBenefits Open Enrollment
06 Group News
15 Hot Jobs
Windows 7 / Office 2010 Training
04 Health and Well-being
Tips for a Safe Halloween - Part 1
Wyle Aero Calendar
16 Communications POCs
05 Welcome Aboard
13 Community Events
Benefits Open Enrollment for 2012 Begins
Grace Riley October 31 - How to Prepare and What to Expect
Open Enrollment for your 2012 benefits is October 31 – November 14.
This is your once-a-year opportunity to enroll for benefits or change your
current benefit elections and beneficiaries for the upcoming plan year.
Executive Editor Preparing for Open Enrollment
Lynn Thorne You can start to prepare for Open Enrollment by considering your
Manager, Communications anticipated benefit needs for 2012. It’s easier to elect benefits if you
301-866-5649 have an idea of what your needs will be. Some things to consider:
Are you participating in a health care flexible spending account (FSA)?
If so, evaluate whether you need to change your contribution amounts
Editorial Staff for 2012. Please note that no over-the-counter medication are eligible
Alex Clarke for reimbursement with FSA funds, unless it’s insulin or prescribed by a
Communications Coordinator physician. This change could impact the amount you’ll want to contribute
Communications Specialist Do you have benefits available through your spouse or domestic
partner? If yes, review these options against Wyle’s benefits to determine
Danice Wilson which plans best meet your needs in 2012.
Do you anticipate a need for legal services, such as creation of a will
or living trust? If so, consider enrolling in the Hyatt Legal Plan during
Production/Distribution Open Enrollment.
Are you currently enrolled in ASI TRICARE Supplemental coverage?
If so, you’ll have the option to pay your premiums in 2012 through
Caroline Green payroll deductions on a pre-tax basis. Your 2012 Benefit Enrollment
Worksheet will arrive in the mail in mid-October. This worksheet will
have important information, including the benefits you can enroll in
during Open Enrollment.
The AeroWeek is a biweekly More details will follow in the coming weeks. If you have any questions,
newsletter produced for please contact Kari Lee at 301-863-2252 or email@example.com.
Aerospace Group employees
by the Aerospace Group’s
Communications Office. Your
questions, comments and
inputs are always welcome!
Forward submissions to your
Communications POC listed
on the back page of this
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Additional Training Sessions Scheduled
Windows 7 / Office 2010
To help prepare for our migration to the Windows 7
Operating System and Office 2010, all employees
should plan to attend an introductory orientation
session to familiarize themselves with Windows 7,
which is significantly different from our current
operating system, and to see the differences
between Office 2010 and Office 2007. Additional
orientation sessions for Windows 7 and Office
2010 will be held through Nov. 29. Scheduled
orientation sessions are as follows:
Wed., 5 October – 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
(Patuxent River Conf. Rm. 8, Exploration III bldg.)
Mon., 24 October – 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(Patuxent River Conf. Rm. 2, Exploration III bldg.)
Mon., 7 November – 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
(Patuxent River 1 West Conf. Rm., Exploration I bldg.)
Tues., 29 November – 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(Patuxent River 1 West Conf. Rm., Exploration I bldg.)
If you would like to join us remotely for any of these sessions, call 866-266-3378. Enter the
conference ID 3018634407 and password: 2376#. You will then be asked to record your name and
press 1 to enter the conference room. To connect to the visual portion of the orientation, go to
https://eastmail.wyle.com/meeting. Enter the Meeting ID: 45154770 and Password: win7. This information,
along with self-help/learning information, can be found on the Wyle Aerospace Group Learning Center site
October 4, 2011 3 Wyle AeroWeek
Health & Well-being
Tips for a Safe Halloween - Part 1
The following information is provided by LifeWorks, Wyle’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
Halloween is an exciting time for children. In addition to bags full of candy, there are costumes, makeup, and
the thrill of trick-or-treating. Some families celebrate Halloween by hosting a party at home or attending a
school or community celebration, while others opt for traditional trick-or-treating. No matter how you choose
to enjoy the day (or night), here are a few tips you may be able to use to help your child have fun and stay safe
Young children should not be allowed to carve pumpkins. Instead, have them draw designs with a marker
and then do any carving yourself. Pumpkins with burning candles inside can be fire hazards, so keep these
decorating tips in mind:
• Use glo-sticks, flashlights, or small votive candles to light pumpkins. Tapered candles can be a fire
• If you decorate indoors with jack-o-lanterns that have votive candles in them, put them on a sturdy
table or surface away from flammable objects like curtains or other decorations. Make sure that they
are displayed at a height that young children can’t reach. Never leave a lit candle unattended.
• Don’t put pumpkins with lit candles on stairs or walkways where costumes can brush against a flame.
Choosing the right costume will help your child avoid fire and tripping hazards.
• For a safer costume, help your child select these items:
> Costumes and wigs with ‘flame-resistant’ on the label.
> Clothes that are short enough to avoid tripping.
> Reflector strips and a flashlight for after dark.
> Makeup instead of a mask for better visibility. Choose makeup that is washable and non-toxic,
and test it on a small patch of the child’s skin first.
> Sturdy, well-fitting shoes. Avoid high heels borrowed from an adult.
• Choose safe costume props. Avoid toys and props that shoot any sort of projectile. Make sure “weapons”
such as pirate swords or light sabers are made of non-flammable materials and have no sharp edges,
protruding points, or knobs.
• Don’t allow your child to wear decorative contact lenses bought without a prescription. Using decorative
lenses -- such as the “cat’s eye” lenses popular at Halloween -- without a prescription can lead to
• Attach your child’s name and address to the inside of his costume. If visible on the outside, a name makes
it easier for a stranger to pretend to know your child.
• Add a strip of reflective tape to the costume or treat bag.
• Remember that costumes -- and the entire experience of Halloween -- may be frightening for some
children. Talk about the holiday ahead of time and take your cues from your children.
If they don’t want to greet trick-or-treaters or dress up, it’s OK.
Check out the next issue of the AeroWeek, publishing Oct. 18, for additional safety tips for a fun Halloween!
October 4, 2011 4 Wyle AeroWeek
Patrick Collins Debra Cotten David Eng
Patuxent River, MD Patuxent River, MD Camarillo, CA
Lynda Foianini Jason Frid Bryon Gifford
Patuxent River, MD China Lake, CA Patuxent River, MD
Jennifer Goddard Donald Lundie Debra Rutten
Patuxent River, MD Crystal City, VA China Lake, CA
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participation in a sport. Others may be driven to
Warner Robins, GA achieve a more attractive body image. Our goal
as a group is to improve our overall fitness and
“Biggest Loser” Competition health and to change our personal appearance for
Continues Through Oct. 19 the better.
Have you taken a good
look at yourself in As of August 25, the top three spots were held by
the mirror lately? You Paul Kight (in first place), Doug Stone (in second
may be happy with place) and Jimmie Carter (in third place). There are
what you see, but still eight more weeks left and the competition is
a few people in the fierce. Good luck to all the competitors and we’ll see
Warner Robins office you at the Friday weigh-in!
envisioned a healthier
appearance and future.
This sparked a friendly
competition, which has Southern Maryland
now grown to including
about 22 percent of Software Training for October
the office’s close-
knit group. Warner Wyle’s Aerospace Group will be
Robins’ “Biggest Loser” offering seats for software training
competition reminds its participants, as well as all courses in October. Training dates are
other employees, that we can control our weight tentative and rely solely on interest.
and prevent obesity. Excessive weight is one of
the leading causes of diabetes, heart disease, Oct. 12 and 13 – Word 2010 Basic
high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, stroke and 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. (both days)
certain types of cancer. Oct. 25 and 26 – Project 2010 Basic
8 a.m. – 12 p.m. (both days)
Although the main goal of this challenge is to
improve health and wellness, participants are All nominated Aerospace Group employees are
also motivated by the friendly competition for the eligible for these courses. Classes are held in the
$400 grand prize. The competition is a 12-week training room at our Lexington Park, Md. location.
weight-loss challenge program with weekly
weigh-ins. While everyone is free to choose To see course objectives, go to:
whatever diet and exercise program they see fit, www.aerowebintranet.com/project/INTB-57Z2CE.
some members have banded together to form work- nsf. Log in using your network name and password,
out groups. It’s a great reminder that sometimes all then click the Documents link in the Collaboration
it takes to get motivated is for someone to say, “Put box (upper-left). Scroll to Course Objectives and
down the remote and get off the couch!” click the file name to open the document.
Even folks who are at their ideal weight may be For more information contact Vicky Sandvig at
inspired to improve their health and lose a few 301-866-2251 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
pounds to improve their athletic performance
or meet the required weight classification for
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Save a Life
Blood Drive Oct. 12
Avoid the Flu!
Mobile Clinics Come to Wyle Save the date for our Wyle-
hosted American Red
Cross (ARC) blood drive
taking place Wednesday,
Oct. 12, between 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m., at the ARC
mobile van located in the
back parking lot of the
Exp. III building.
Blood supplies are in constant shortage, yet the
Flu season is approaching and will last through the fall need for blood continues to climb. Aside from
and winter. Ward off chances of getting the flu by taking saving lives, one of the other benefits is that you
advantage of our Wyle-hosted Health Connections get a ‘mini’ physical each time. ARC staff members
flu shot clinics taking place Tuesday, Oct. 11 check your pulse, blood pressure, body temperature
and Wednesday, Oct. 26 (sign up deadline Oct. 19). and hemoglobin. It’s a great way to stay healthy and
This year flu shot recipients must sign up ahead help others!
of time to stock the mobile vans appropriately.
You can easily sign up by emailing the names If interested, you must be at least 16 years old and
of the recipients to email@example.com. in good health. For more information about ARC,
Walk-ins will still be accepted; however, shots may contact Angeles McWhorter at 301-863-4349 /
not be available. firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
The Health Connections mobile flu shot clinics will
take place at Wyle in the south parking lot. The
seasonal flu vaccine will be available for ages 10
and older for $20 per vaccine. Health Connections
is now accepting credit cards as well as cash and
checks. You should be in good health and have not
had reactions to any vaccines in the past. All vaccine
recipients are required to complete a consent form
before receiving the shot. The form will be available
in the Health Connections van upon registration. For
further information, please call Health Connections
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up 14 bags of trash in about two hours. Way to
Looking for Players On the heels of September’s pick up we invite folks
once again to participate in the final pick up of the
season being held Saturday, Oct. 22. Please help us
ensure that Wyle’s small stretch of highway between
the Rt. 4 and Rt. 235 intersection and Clarke’s
Landing Road is kept clean and green. Sign up now to
meet us at 8 a.m. under the Wildewood Center sign
in Wildewood Shopping Center in California, Md. All
participants will be treated to brunch at Ruby Tuesday
after the pick-up. Have questions? Contact Dionne
Saul at 301-757-9986 / email@example.com.
Please join Wyle’s Wagner / Shelley Memorial Golf
Tournament being held Monday, Oct. 17 at Breton Team Wyle Rises and Shines!
Bay Golf and Country Club in Leonardtown, Md.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with captain’s choice
format and a shotgun start at 9 a.m. There will be
first, second and third place, ‘closest to the pin’ and
‘longest drive’ prizes. The cost is $65 per player and the
signup deadline is Friday, Oct. 7. If you are interested
in playing, contact Sheila Simpson at 301-866-5575
/ firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dave Craddock
at 301-863-4284 / email@example.com.
Kudos to September Pick Up Team
Final Pick Up of the Season Oct. 22
Rise-N-Shine Breakfast Coordinator Katie Alvey was
grateful to the volunteers who helped make the
Sept. 22 Wyle Cares breakfast a great success. In all
there were about 87 diners and Wyle Cares raised
$380 in proceeds for local charities. Many thanks
go to the hard working volunteers which included
Ryan Gravelle, Sheila Simpson, Penny Brueggemann,
Dusty Rhoades, Kerrie Grant, Elizabeth Fahrner,
Shawn Stanley, Troy Ickes, Monica Cox, Janet Dunphy,
Michelle McCabe and Vicky Sandvig, and also to the
diners who purchased the tasty breakfast fare. A
Thanks to our pick up volunteers, including Greg special kudos goes to Kerrie Grant for transporting
Olson, Ivan Behel, Michael Broudus, Gwen and all the leftovers to local homeless shelters.
Ken Brown, Tom Phelan, Ron Fehr, and Dionne and
Redmond Saul, we had a successful event picking (Group News Continued)
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scrapbooking items, music collections, gifts for all
ages and more. Have questions? Contact Kerrie
Wyle Sponsors Spooky Event Grant at 301.863.4312 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spirits of Point Lookout To find out more about Books Are Fun, go to
This Wyle-sponsored Spirits of Point Lookout
fundraising event takes place Oct. 27 and 28 at
Point Lookout State Park in Scotland, Md. It is Public Service Volunteers
a historically representative, interactive event
featuring some of Point Lookout’s many legendary
tragedies and hauntings. Evening events include The Board of County Commissioners for St.
music, concessions, live presentations, games for the Mary’s County is looking for local citizens who
children and much, much more. Although this is not are interested in volunteering their time in public
a “haunted house-style” event, it has presentations service to consider serving on various Boards,
that are suitable for children. The tour does require a Committees and Commissions. There are currently
50-minute, half-mile walk. Tours take place Saturday more than 30 vacancies. Detailed information and
and Sunday between 7 and 10 p.m. with groups of descriptions of the boards and a complete listing of
30 leaving every 10 minutes. For more information, vacancies are available on the county’s website at
visit www.spiritsofpointlookout.com or email sales@ www.stmarysmd.com or interested citizens can call
delsoftware.com. Admission tickets are $15 each. This Sarah Cavanno 301-475-4200 ext. 1320.
event is staffed solely by volunteers from Kiwanis and
local residents. Proceeds benefit Southern Maryland
youth leadership programs and other service needs.
Yard Waste Collection Site Still Open
Through Oct. 9
Book and Gift Fair Yard Waste Collection
Save the Date for Nov. 8 and 9 Sites will remain open
for county residents
Looking for books and gifts to drop off yard waste
for the holidays? Check out through Sunday, Oct.
the Wyle-hosted Books 9. Residents will be
Are Fun book fair, which allowed to do so free
takes place Nov. 8 and 9 of charge at the below
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in listed sites between the
the 1 North conference hours of 8 a.m. and 6
room in the Exp. I building. p.m., seven days a week. Yard waste includes: logs,
The fair offers gifts and educational products limbs, stumps, brush and leaves.
at a savings of up to 80 percent off retail prices
and part of the proceeds go to Wyle Cares for • Charlotte Hall Region: Parlett/Burch and
distribution to local charities. Some of the products Associates Property, located on the left side of
for sale include children’s story books, children’s Golden Beach Road, 1⁄2 mile east of Md. Route 5.
education products, cookbooks, general interest
books, New York Times best sellers, stationery and (Group News Continued)
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Are You Ready for Some Football?
Show Your Colors on Football Fridays
• Dameron / Ridge Region: Kessler Development
Company site, located adjacent to Kessler Body Show your colors on
and Equipment Company on Md. Route 235. Football Fridays during
football season at
• Valley Lee / Redgate Region: Larry Hills and Sons our Pax River office!
Excavating site, located on Md. Route 5 between We encourage you
Callaway and Great Mills. to represent your
favorite football team
• Great Mills Trading Post site, located on Md. by donning a team jersey on Fridays. Here are a
Route 249, just south of Happyland Road. couple of ground rules:
• Hollywood / Leonardtown Region: A. C. Mattingly • Wear your jersey only if you are working in a
Dirt Works site, located on Cedar Lane Road, Wyle facility and have no expectation that
approximately 1.4 miles south of St. Johns Road. you will need to meet with our customers
Need more information? Visit the St. Mary’s County • Dress appropriately for your environment.
website at www.stmarysmd.com and click on the Be as neat and professional as you would on
“Residential Yard Waste Collection Program” news a regular business casual day – saving attire
release under the Latest News and Updates menu. like sweat pants, worn-out jeans, that
favorite pair of broken-in khakis or
sneakers for game day.
Are You a Local Designer Looking
for a Challenge? Have fun, enjoy football season, and send any
Technology Handbook for 2012 Football Friday photos you’d like to see in our
publications to Pax River Communications
For closet artists looking for a fun and rewarding Coordinator Alex Clarke at email@example.com.
outlet, check out the cover design contest for the
2012 Technology Handbook for St. Mary’s County,
sponsored by The Patuxent Partnership. Graphic
artists who are employed by or work in St. Mary’s
County are invited to submit designs to the St. Mary’s
County Department of Economic and Community
Details and official rules are available on the county
FormsandDocuments.asp) by clicking on the menu
options under the “Technology Handbook Cover
Contest” header. The winner receives $500! The
entry deadline is Friday, Nov. 4 at 4 p.m.
October 4, 2011 10 Wyle AeroWeek
Oct. 27 - Pax River
Decorating Safety Rules
While planning decorations for
your hallway, please remember
our rules and safety guidelines:
• No open flames.
• No smoke-generating
Yo Gabba Gabba Comes to Wyle for Halloween devices.
• No blocking or covering
This year’s Halloween Party will be held in the Exp. I building on exits, emergency exit signs
Thursday, Oct. 27, from 4 to 6 p.m. The theme is from the children’s or ceiling lights.
cable show called Yo Gabba Gabba. The characters include DJ Lance • No decorations close to heat
Rock, Muno, Foofa, Brobee, Toodee and Plex. sources (e.g., cover lights).
Festivities include goody bags, photos with costumed characters, • No covered fire alarm pulls,
fire extinguishers, fire bells
and hallway trick-or-treating. Video entertainment and food from or strobe lights.
Chick-fil-A will be provided in the 1 north conference room.
• No covered air return vents.
We are refining the Halloween party venue to accommodate better • Avoid trip hazards (e.g.,
security and safety for the event. Decorated hallways will be set up in plastic on floors, electrical
the halls of 1 south, 2 south, 3 north (scary hall) and 3 south. cords, etc.)
• Avoid damage to walls and
If you are interested in being a part of our Halloween event planning ceilings (no nails).
team, volunteers are needed in the following areas: costumed
characters for the lobby, front door greeters, set up and tear down • Ensure hallways have both a
clear entrance and exit route
helpers, hall and lobby decorators, and food and entertainment and that there is enough
helpers. We also need goodie bag stuffers, food servers and folks lighting so children can see
to monitor the conference room. Monetary and candy donations to walk.
will be gladly accepted to augment those provided by the company. • Each hallway should have
Donations can be left at the front desks of the Exp. I and III buildings. adults on duty to distribute
goodies. Employees not
For more information or to volunteer, contact Katie Alvey at giving out candy should
close their office doors.
• Clean up should be
completed by close of
business on Friday, Oct. 28.
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The (Un)Classifieds section is open to all Wyle Wyle Aero Calendar
Aerospace Group employees. Submit an ad for
anything you would like to sell, rent or give away! Oct. 4 - 17
For Sale: New cell phone LG Lithium Ion battery 3.7V 10/07
(800mAh, LGIP-431A). Ordered wrong size. Asking $5. If All Aero
interested, please call 301-602-3565. Timesheets due
Yom Kippur begins at sundown
Roommate Wanted: Female roommate or mother Southern Maryland
with children wanted to occupy two unfurnished rooms Deadline to sign up for Wagner/Shelley
available in a large 5 bedroom home - 3,200 sq.ft., with a Memorial Golf Tournament
shared bath, on a quiet street about one and a half miles
from NAS Pax River Gate 1. No pets; smoking outside
only. Free Internet and cable; common areas include 10/10
large family room with fireplace, library, dining room, All Aero
kitchen and laundry room. Those allergic to cats need Columbus Day, Observed
not apply. Rent is $650 a month per room or $1,100 for
both. $650 security deposit and credit check required. If
interested, please contact Regina Luffey at 240-434-6530 / 10/11
firstname.lastname@example.org. Southern Maryland
Health Connections flu shot clinic,
Wyle south parking lot
For Sale: More than 100 Hot Wheels and Johnny Lightning
cars to go to a good home. All vehicles are in their
original, unopened case. Most are part of a series, with 10/12
a few others at random. Also available: 2003, 2004 and Southern Maryland
2005 Hess vehicles in mint condition, in box. Asking $250 American Red Cross blood drive,
for 105 Hot Wheels; $350 for 117 Johnny Lightning cars; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., mobile van located in
$40 each for Hess vehicles. If interested, please contact back parking lot of Exp. III building
Annette at 301-866-5561 / email@example.com.
For Sale: 2009 BMW 528i. In excellent condition, All Aero
has 27,650 miles and includes luxury sports package Timesheets due / Pay day
featuring leather interior, cold-weather package with
heated front seats, Bluetooth. Must sell! Asking $32,500.
If interested, please contact Kim at 301-866-2239 / 10/16
firstname.lastname@example.org. All Aero
National Boss Day
Ads submitted to the Wyle AeroWeek will run
in at least one issue, longer if space permits.
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Want More Events?
San Diego, CA
Friday, Oct. 7 and Saturday, Oct. 8 HUNTSVILLE, AL
Ocean Beach Oktoberfest – Ocean Beach Pier parking lot and grassy www.huntsvillealabamausa.com
area, San Diego, Calif. – 4:30 to 10 p.m. on Friday; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
on Saturday. Friday night’s Oktoberfest schedule will feature the CAMARILLO, CA
finals of Beer Garden Band Slam, a competition to crown the best www.ventura-usa.com
cover or tribute band at the beach, as well as a 91-minute two-for- www.venturacountystar.com
one Happy Hour ending at 6:31 p.m. Saturday’s schedule includes
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the annual Brew Cup microbrew festival from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and www.swapsheet.org
many traditional Oktoberfest contests throughout the day. Food www.ridgecrestchamber.com
and craft vendors will be on site. Admission to the beer garden is a
$3 donation to support the Ocean Beach community; outdoor area
is free for all ages. A shuttle service between the event and Pacific
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Beach is also available on both days. For additional details, visit www.sandiego.org/nav/Visitors
Northern Virginia ORLANDO, FL
Through Monday, Oct. 10
Big Apple Circus – Dulles Town Center, Sterling, Va. – Show times are
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday through Friday; 12:30 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Saturday through Monday. In its 34th season the Big Apple Circus is www.somd.com
putting on an all-new show, where the World’s Greatest Circus artists
are presented under an intimate Big Top, and no seat is more than www.cityofdayton.org
50 feet from the ring! Let your imagination soar as you watch and www.daytondailynews.com
experience the amazing acts like jugglers, trapeze flyers, an animal
menagerie and much more! For ticket prices and purchasing, or OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
more information, visit www.tickets.bigapplecircus.org/online or call www.okc.gov
Southern Maryland www.dallascityhall.com
Saturday, Oct. 8 OGDEN, UT
Island Cottage Fall Sale – St. George Island Association Building,
16416 Thomas Road, St. George Island, Piney Point, Md. – 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. This is a wonderful opportunity to shop locally and get ready NORTHERN VA
for the holiday season! Come check out great antiques and vintage www.virginia.org
finds, custom furniture, handcrafted beach glass jewelry, collectibles
and sterling jewelry, handcrafted handbags, St. George Island VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
Cookbooks and more! There will also be pumpkins, flowers and www.pilotonline.com
food for purchase. Proceeds benefit the Special Olympics. For more
information, call 240-298-0526 or 301-580-5513. The websites listed above are not necessarily
endorsed by the company, but are provided as
information resources for employees looking
for events in their area.
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Wyle is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer. Applicants selected may be subject to a government security
investigation unless otherwise noted and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Annapolis, MD California, MD Financial Analyst
System Engineer, Level 2 Senior Software Engineer Wayne Salls / Mary Sue Collins
(AERO-MD-AN-11:007) (AERO-MD-CA-11:008) Referral Bonus: $5,000
Richard Helgeson / Mary Sue Collins Fred Bang / Doug Leepa Recruiter: Saddi Williams
Referral Bonus: $5,000 Recruiter: Michele McCabe
Recruiter: Saddi Williams Jr. Financial Analyst
Chantilly, VA Wayne Salls / Mary Sue Collins
Arlington, VA Referral Bonus: $5,000
Earned Value Management Recruiter: Saddi Williams
Mission Systems Software Specialist
Security Engineer (AERO-VA-CH-11:010)
(AERO-VA-AR-11:056) Wayne Salls / Mary Sue Collins Patuxent River, MD
Ross Slavin / Bill Carpentier Recruiter: Saddi Williams
Referral Bonus: $1,000 Senior Network Test Engineer
Recruiter: Saddi Williams (AERO-MD-PA-11:183)
China Lake, CA Tom Quinn / Greg Fahrner
Senior Manager Business Referral Bonus: $1,000
Development MySQL Database Administrator Recruiter: Michele McCabe
Rich Schwenk Kim Thompson / Al Giovannetti Senior Requirements Analyst
Referral Bonus: $1,000 Recruiter: Jeff Hudgins (AERO-MD-PA-11:237)
Recruiter: Jeff Hudgins Dana Goldstein / Greg Fahrner
Referral Bonus: $1,000
Technical Intel Threat Analyst Ft. Belvoir, VA Recruiter: Michele McCabe
Fred Rody / Mike Perrella Cost Estimator Lead Systems Engineer
Referral Bonus: $1,000 (AERO-VA-FT-11:007) (AERO-MD-PA-11:305)
Recruiter: Sue Brown Wayne Salls / Mary Sue Collins Dave Van Asdlen / Dave Vinci
Referral Bonus: $5,000 Referral Bonus: $2,000
Sustainment Requirements and Recruiter: Saddi Williams Recruiter: Michele McCabe
Follow-on Development Lead
(AERO-VA-AR-11:070) Sr. Financial Analyst
Rich Williams / Bill Carpentier (AERO-VA-FT-11:012)
Referral Bonus: $1,000 Wayne Salls / Mary Sue Collins
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