davidterrell80
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davidterrell80

Past Master, from Herndon, Virginia

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davidterrell80 was last seen:
Jul 28, 2015
    1. Beathard
    2. jwhoff
      jwhoff
      I was hoping you had the latest version.
    3. gnarledrose
      gnarledrose
      Nice to meet another Mormon on here! Can I call you Double Brother? :D
    4. jwhoff
      jwhoff
      Grasp your comment on footnotes. Remember the days when we spent as much time on spacing footnotes and bibliographies on term papers as content. And, damn those red pens on spelling when the content was likely never read! Didn't you always feel just a little cheated no matter the final grade? didn't you? I did!

      God speed brother, and keep in touch.

      jwhoff
    5. Tony Siciliano
      Tony Siciliano
      Greetings brother! Small world...
    6. Bro. Stewart P.M.
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  • About

    Location:
    Herndon, Virginia
    Home Lodge:
    Smithfield 455
    Grand Lodge:
    GL of Texas
    Are you a Master Mason?:
    Yes
    Appendant Organizations:
    • Scottish Rite
    Past Master (1999-2000) of Smithfield Lodge 455 AF&AM in North Richland Hills, Texas.
    Member
    -- Texas Lodge of Research
    -- Fort Worth (TX) Consistory, AASR
    -- Hurst (TX) Chapter RAM & Council RASM
    -- Riverside-Haltom City (TX) Chapter RAM & Council RASM

    I have returned to university almost 30 years after receiving a BS in Industrial Technology from Texas A&M University (College Station, Texas, USA). I am pursuing a MA in History (Ancient and Classical) from American Military University--and completed my program in July, 2011.

    Since 1980, I worked three decades as a parent of four wonderful children and in the Aerospace Industry, mostly at Bell Helicopter Textron as a Manufacturing Engineer.

    I also served as a US Navy Reserve Intelligence Officer, retiring with the rank of Commander. After the 2001 attacks upon the United States, I was called to active service. After being released from military duty, I decided to leave aerospace for national intelligence. After 14 years of work as a senior and lead counterterrorism intelligence analyst, I currently work for the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.