I'm not sure what kind of "credentials" you're interested in. I don't make a secret about myself; you can do a google on Duncan Kunz (my true
name) and get some pictures of me involved in Boeing activities.
You can , of course, e-mail me at home (firstname.lastname@example.org) or at work (email@example.com) or call me at home (480-329-1359) or at work
(480-891-2525) or (if you're really suspicious, you can call the Mesa Boeing switchboard at 480-891-3000 and ask to be connected to Duncan Kunz's
office) or even look me up in the Maricopa County, Arizona East Valley telephone book.
But I am not an aerospace engineer per se
, nor did I ever say I was one. I got an undergraduate degree in logistics engineering from ASU and
am now a Proposal Manager, which is just fancy words for a 60-year-old nearing-retirement mid-level aerospace bureaucrat.
I also was an English major at the University of Maryland back in the sixties, and taught fifth grade at John H. Bayne Elementary School in Prince
George's County, Maryland for a year in 1968.
I worked for eight years for IBM Federal Systems Division in Gaithersburg, Maryland, four years with Talley Defense Systems (rocket motors and gas
generators) in Mesa, six years for Motorola Government Electronics Group (classified electronics subsystems) in Scottsdale, three years for Solavolt
International, (PV engineering) in Phoenix, and finally 13 years combined with McDonnell Douglas before the merger, and Boeing since then
Finally, I'm attending the University of Phoenix where I am trying to get an MBA before I retire, so I can have the option of teaching at a junior
college when I leave the death-business, which may not pay much, but is better than being a greeter at Wal-Mart.
What else do you want to know? I certainly am not an expert in arcane physics or trransformational mathematics, but then, no one else here is,
If you have any questions give me a call or an e-mail; I'm always glad to answer any questions I can; if I don't know the answer, I'll tell you
Now I realize a lot of you won't want to call or e-mail because you probably figure I'm a NWO weenie or a Masonic lizard or something. I have no
problem with posting my name -- nor would I have any problem contacting you -- because I know that 95 percent of the conspiracy theories that everyone
bruits around here are bogus, but that's another story.
By the way, the picture of the old guy to the left with the Kalashnikov design carbine is me; you can see a lot of my photographs (including ones of
me and my bride Dawn) at my photo website: members7.clubphoto.com...
[edit on 28-1-2005 by Off_The_Street]