Fry receives Charles W. Briggs Award
The ASTM International Committee E07 on Nondestructive Testing has honored David Fry of Applied Engineering and Technology-6 (AET-6) with the Charles W. Briggs Award. Fry, a research and development engineer and member of ASTM International since 2005, was recognized for his continuous and outstanding contributions to the standards development work of the committee through its subcommittees, sections and task groups.
Fry earned a master's degree in electrical engineering from The Ohio State University. He joined Los Alamos National Laboratory in 1989 as a technical staff member, was promoted to supervisor/team leader in 1998, and assumed his current role in 2008. Fry works in the Nondestructive Testing Group, where he is the senior engineer for production inspection processes. He has received 14 Awards of Excellence for his work with NNSA Defense Programs. He is also a member of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing.
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