NASA Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal




In June 2010, I received this medal as a result of my work on
the Final Servicing Mission to Hubble.


Close-up of the large medal.  Its width is 1.5".

As is written on the nomination form (NASA Form 1644):
"Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal (EEAM) -is awarded for unusually significant engineering contributions toward achievement of the NASA mission.  This award may be given for individual efforts or application of engineering principles/methods which have resulted in a contribution of fundamental importance in this field or have significantly enhanced understanding of this field."


The citation reads: "For superior accomplishments in support of
numerous pivotal instruments serviced or repaired during the
Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission 4."


The award consists of four parts.  A ribbon, a lapel pin,
a small medal, and the large one.

Nomination form written by Michael Kienlen,
Deputy Director of Hubble Servicing Project.


Other award winners for 2010

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