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Tinker Frontlines: Meet Brett Bishop

Brett Bishop, a mechanical engineer and facility manager in the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group, played a crucial role in the group’s COVID-19 response. He worked diligently to ensure workspaces across PMXG’s facilities were prepared to prevent spread of the virus through implementation of physical barriers, hand sanitizer stations and other measures.

Brett Bishop, a mechanical engineer and facility manager in the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group, played a crucial role in the group’s COVID-19 response. He worked diligently to ensure workspaces across PMXG’s facilities were prepared to prevent spread of the virus through implementation of physical barriers, hand sanitizer stations and other measures.

Brett Bishop, a mechanical engineer and facility manager in the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group, played a crucial role in the group’s COVID-19 response. He worked diligently to ensure workspaces across PMXG’s facilities were prepared to prevent spread of the virus through implementation of physical barriers, hand sanitizer stations and other measures.

Brett Bishop, a mechanical engineer and facility manager in the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group, played a crucial role in the group’s COVID-19 response. He worked diligently to ensure workspaces across PMXG’s facilities were prepared to prevent spread of the virus through implementation of physical barriers, hand sanitizer stations and other measures. (Courtesy photo)

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Brett Bishop, a mechanical engineer and facility manager in the 76th Propulsion Maintenance Group, played a crucial role in the group’s COVID-19 response. He worked diligently to ensure workspaces across PMXG’s facilities were prepared to prevent spread of the virus through implementation of physical barriers, hand sanitizer stations and other measures.

The Denton, Texas, native has three years of service.

When not at work, he enjoys farming, video games, cars and home projects.

Bishop says the best part of his job is “working facility engineering issues with many different people.”