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The following table can be used as a guide to figure out who signed off on which drawings. Engineering approval was usually done by the lead engineer on a project.
|Tony Bernardi (ARB)
|Engineer, and Tony Bernardi's right-hand man in the 50's, later VP of TMC
|Engineer at TMC, 1955-1963, and major contributor to this website and the TMC collecting hobby.
|Engineer, lead designer of the GPR-92, among others.
|Joe de Greco
|Joe de Greco was the head of TMC's drafting department for many years. He performed a difficult and thankless job, and his efforts went a long way to making TMC's products as great as they are!
|Al was on board at TMC in 1955, and remained there for some years. He authored many of the S-docs during the 50's, and was a major influence on many of TMC's products.
|Engineer, and evidently Tony Bernardi's assistant in 1952.
|Ollie (Oleg) Pose
|Engineer with TMC from vacuum tube era well into solid-state era. Pose designed much of TMC's later s/s equipment.
|Chief Engineer after Tony Bernardi left TMC; Pritchard moved to TMC from University of Montana @ Bozeman, where he had led research efforts for TMC.