Title: Electronics Engineer
Location: Fort Myers, Florida, United States
Stanley F. Moeschl has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electronic engineering.
Driven by his passionate interest and expertise in engineering as it pertains to avionics, Mr. Moeschl celebrates a career with the U.S. government that spanned 40 years. He established himself professionally after achieving a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Purdue University in 1957. He joined the Honeywell Space Division, where he was incredibly impactful during his three-decade tenure with the company. He held prominent roles within the organization, beginning with engineer and advancing all the way through to the vice president and general management level. While at Honeywell, Mr. Moeschl was involved with designing and producing avionics for all U.S. Manned Flight Systems, including Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Space Shuttle. He was also involved in providing equipment for all of the A11, YF12, SR71, B52, F14, C5A, F111, B2, C17 systems, as well as the Viking Lander 1976. Further, Mr. Moeschl worked on the following missile programs: Bomarc, Agena, Atlas Centaur, Minuteman, and Air Launched Cruise Missile. He is also marked with having worked on A-12, a reconnaissance aircraft built for the United States Central Intelligence Agency that competed in the CIA’s “Oxcart” program against the Convair Kingfish proposal.
In recognition of his professional excellence in his career, he was honored with a Who’s Who Lifetime Achievers Award. In addition to this illustrious status, Mr. Moeschl has been featured in a number of Marquis Who’s Who publications, including Who’s Who in Finance and Business, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, Who’s Who in the South and Southwest and Who’s Who in the World. He also earned a UN Ribbon and a Korea Ribbon for his excellence while serving in the United States Coast Guard in the early 1950s. Regarded as an expert in his field, he has remained involved in his professional community through his memberships with IEEE, the American Association of Individual Investors, Tau Beta Pi, and Eta Kappa Nu. As he looks to the future, Mr. Moeschl intends to continue enjoying his retirement.
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