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If you are an FEP graduate, you have likely drunk a few beers and told a few stories about your field career. We’d like to read of your escapades (the PG-17 version, please!). We're sure you've said: "You can't make up this stuff!"
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! The Wit and Wisdom of Dietmar Breitkreuz
Wisdom comes in all shapes and sizes.
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! The Flood of Guatemala - 1969
Dave Lucier (FEP-1968) and field engineer Willy Brandt were sent to Guatemala in 1969 during a flood. The two gas turbines were flooded.
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! Different Strokes
A conversation with Bill Neenan of APC.
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! Old Age & Treachery Will Always Overcome Youth & Skill
Herb Hilburn Story
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! THE MOTHER OF ALL BACHELOR PARTIES
Field Engineers can be counted on to respond aggressively to the bekoning call of two words: FREE BEER!
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! Bill Lynn (FEP-1968) Finally Gets Hitched!
Having been recently married himself, Rob Sigond (FEP-1978) decides it is his duty to bring Bill Lynn up to speed regarding the secrets of married life just prior to the special day.
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! Yes, Baby! More!
The tall tale of MADMAN
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! Name that Field Engineer! Yee HAA!!!
 
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! The Coke Machine Mystery..Solved after 28 years…
Phil Todd can now sleep at night.
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! The “Girls” of Jakarta
The ride of your life!
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! Kaboom! One way to solve a vibration problem
Chris Doyle shares an Irishman's solution to a vibration problem.
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! The Great Northeast Blackout of 1965
Where were you when the lights went out?
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! I'll tell you a story
My first and best job
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! The Snake Ranch
An FEP class in 1980, comprised exclusively of GETSCO field engineers, rented a house for a couple of years after graduating from the FEP. Dubbed the Snake Ranch, for sexual reasons we are told (but can't confirm), it became the infamous home for about 9 field engineers. Use your imagination, go ahead, I dare you!
Tall Tales & Outright Lies! Where Do Field Engineers Go To Retire?
Field Engineers have many choices about where they will go to retire. Usually it is south or west, in search of warmer climes. But not all of us do so. Read about the advantages and disadvantages of some places.
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