Stennis Recognizes STS-131 Space Flight Awareness Honorees
 
Stennis Recognizes STS-131 Space Flight Awareness Honorees.

Employees of John C. Stennis Space Center, Dryden Flight Research Center and the Defense Contract Management Agency employees recently were honored by NASA's Space Flight Awareness program for contributions to flight safety. The awards were presented during activities related to the launch of space shuttle discovery on the STS-131 mission on April 5. Keith Brock, director of NASA's Project Directorate Office at Stennis, stands with recipients: Brett Merkley (Defense Contract Management Agency); Velencia Ducre (Defense Contract Management Agency); Theresa Spears (Applied Geo Technologies); James Fleming (Jacobs Technology Facility Operating Services Contract Group); Amy Rice (NASA); Scott Olive (NASA); James Cain (Jacobs Technology NASA Test Operations Group); Deanna Dartez (SaiTech Inc.); Pete Taggard (Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne); Ken Hawkins (Jacobs Technology Facility Operating Services Contract Group); Jeff Bradshaw (Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne); and Jeff Henderson (NASA). Not shown are: Barry Robinson (NASA); Peter Lamb (Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne); Charles "Barney" Nokes (Jacobs Technology NASA Test Operations Group); Walter Kondracki and Mark Mangelsdorf (Dryden Flight Research Center).