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30 Years in Aerospace & Commercial Design: John Joannini

John Joannini is proud to announce he is celebrating his 30th year of design in the aerospace and commercial industries. Since he graduated from Lanier Technical Institute in Oakwood, GA back in 1982, John Joannini has been fortunate to have a steady stream of contracted work keeping him busy as a designer. Thirty years later, in 2012, John Joannini has the bulk of his successful career behind him.

When it comes to having the full knowledge of an industry, there are some things that can only be learned with the experience of time. With over thirty years of contract work experience in aerospace and commercial design, John Joannini knows that lesson as well as anyone else. However, Joannini is not one to brag about his career. He sees each project he's worked on as being a natural step to the next.

Having worked on projects all over the country as a senior mechanical designer, John Joannini has covered a lot of ground, with regards to both geography and industries. Whether he is designing components for M16s or for John Deere tractors, John Joannini's work is all over the world in a variety of industries. Though he considers his specialty to be in commercial and aerospace sectors, he has plenty of experience with the military industrial complex and other forms of mechanics.

For John Joannini and others like him, the ability to apply his versatility to different fields is largely attributed to his willingness to learn and develop in new ways. "I have never been completely satisfied with my knowledge," says Joannini. "I've always considered it so important as a professional to continually develop my skills and resume when it comes to software products."

The designer has learned: "The principles of good design are universal. That's to say, it's possible for a good design engineer to find work anywhere. Even though industry-specific knowledge is a requirement for a lot of positions, learning the language and mainstays opens up a designer to all kinds of opportunities."

John Joannini is currently under contract as a design engineer with an Aircraft Manufacturer in Rockford, IL working on the mechanical design of modular oil/fuel valve systems.

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