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Dr. Eric Freudenthal explains his software for helping people improve their speech.
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Dr. Eric Freudenthal explains his software for improving speech by modifying sounds you hear.
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Sanchez
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Vaughn
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Rodriguez
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Fong
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Campos
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Hendricks
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Lugo
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Dinner
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party McBride
2019_11_11 ASQ Xmas Party Vega
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Brenda
Congratulations to Brenda on her retirement and for her continued involvement and support of the Greater El Paso Section of ASQ.
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Vaughn
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Urbina
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Sanchez
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas McBride Stevenson
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Rodriguez
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Lugo
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Hendricks
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Fong
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Campos
2018_12_08 ASQ Xmas Chairs 2018 2019
2018 Chair Sergio Vega hands the reins to 2019 Chair Evaristo Campos-Torres
NASA tour October 2018
The October 2018 member meeting was a tour of the NASA El Paso Forward Operating Location at the El Paso International Airport.
The main room for gathering in the Operating Location has a photo of the Super Guppy whose home base is El Paso.
NASA T-38 Trainer
Steve Malarchick, the NASA host, explains that El Paso is the only location where the T-38 trainers can be fully refurbished.
NASA host Steve Malarchick answers questions.
Look at the work!
ASQ Section Chair Sergio Vega points at modifications in the T-38 cockpit.
T-38 Cockpit upgrades
The NASA Forward Operation Location is upgrading the cockpit instrumentation and wiring for the NASA T-38s. The ejection seat was removed to facilitate the upgrade.
Maintaining all T-38s
NASA host Steve Malarchick explains why the NASA El Paso Forward Operating Location services all T-38s. One T-38 from the US Navy Test Pilot School is behind him.
Fixing an Air Force T-38
The NASA Forward Operating Location is repairing several Air Force T-38s whose fuel systems and engines were damaged by contaminated fuel. Only the El Paso Location is qualified to repair them.
Some of the documentation for maintaining the T-38s.
The wiring diagram documentation for the cockpit upgrades.
The Air Force T-38 undergoing fuel system repairs and the second NASA T-38 at the NASA Forward Operating Location
The NASA Forward Operating Location is performing a complete refurbishment on a NASA T-38 in a second hangar.
On the rear of the T-38 undergoing complete refurbishment, clecos hold the sheet metal to the airframe.
This toolbox in the NASA Forward Operating Location is covered with decals from many of the Space Shuttle and research missions they have supported.
October 2018 Group Photo
Fifty-five (55) professional and student members and guests attended the NASA El Paso Forward Operating Location tour on October 17, 2018.
ASQ Section Chair Sergio Vega presents NASA's Steve Malarchick with a recognition for hosting the ASQ 1401 members at the NASA El Paso Forward Operating Location.
El Paso City Manager Tommy Gonzalez
El Paso City Manager Tommy Gonzalez spoke about implementing Lean Six Sigma in the El Paso City Government and the improved outcomes and employee satisfaction.
ASQ Chair presents El Paso City Manager Tommy Gonzalez with the speaker recognition for his talk at the ASQ 1401 September 2018 member meeting
El Paso International Airport Assistant Director Terry Sharpe hosted the section for its July 2018 member meeting. He gave an overview of the projects to maintain and improve the airport and explained how the operations are planned and funded.
Jack Vaughn and Sergio Vega
Jack Vaughn and Sergio Vega listen to Terry Sharpe's explanation about the projects at the El Paso International Airport at the July 2018 member meeting.
EPIA Tour start
Brian Walker of Hensel Phelps, the general contractor for the baggage handling and inspection project at the El Paso International Airport, explains the scale of the project for the July 2018 member meeting.
Bridge over the conveyor
The terminal building was expanded to accommodate the new conveyors to move the checked baggage through the automated inspection system. To gain access between the conveyor lines, there are bridges.
The conveyor system feeds 3 three-dimensional inspection machines (2 shown here). The peak capacity is 2,400 bags/hour. If something suspicious is detected by the automated system, the bag is routed to the TSA secondary inspection area.
TSA Inspection Area
Brian Walker of Hensel Phelps explains how the TSA regulations drove the design of the new TSA baggage inspection area at the El Paso International Airport.
2018 Section Chair Sergio Vega presents a recognition to Terry Sharpe of the El Paso International Airport for organizing and hosting the section's tour of the new baggage handling system.
Sergio Vega--My First Trip to China
ASQ 1401 Chairman Sergio Vega shared his experiences of his first trip to China at the June 2018 member meeting.
Alfonso Enriquez explains ANCOVA
Alfonso Enriquez explains how he applied ANCOVA to a plastic extrusion process in the May 2018 ASQ 1401 member meeting.
Speaker recognition May 2018
ASQ 1401 Vice Chair Evaristo Campos presents speaker Alfonso Enriquez after Alfonso's presentation on ANCOVA at the May 2018 member meeting.
Dr. Paul Kortenaar
Dr. Paul Kortenaar, the April 2018 ASQ 1401 member meeting speaker and founding director of the El Paso Children's Museum, talks about the value-added proposition for families at the forthcoming museum.
Kim Pries makes a point
Kim Pries makes a point about Quality in Public Education in his presentation at the March 2018 ASQ 1401 member meeting.
Kim Pries speaker recognition
ASQ 1401 Chair Sergio Vega presents speaker Kim Pries with a recognition at the March 2018 member meeting.
Roger Tonneman of Dish Network explains the operation of a satellite network for the distribution of information at the February 2018 ASQ1401 member meeting.
Roger Tonneman and Sergio Vega
Sergio Vega presents Roger Tonneman with a Speaker's Recognition for Roger's presentation "How Satellite Receivers Work" at the February 2018 ASQ1401 member meeting.