As for the shirt. Yes, I worked for Northrop Grumman for about five years. I worked at the Airborne Early Warning / Electronic Warfare Manufacturing Facility is St. Augustine, FL. I know, that is a long name.
Airborne Early Warning: We built new production ( that means brand spanking new) E-2C's. Now they are building the next generation, the E-2D.
Electronic Warfare: We overhauled and re-winged EA-6B's. That is the program that I worked on. I built sub-assemblies for the new center wing sections.
Working there is how I got interested in engineering. Life as a mechanic was pretty good, but I knew that I could do better. I took all my calc, physics, and chemistry while working full time. Once I realized that it would take me about 10 years (at least) to get my degree I made the decision to quit and go to school full time. I got into UCF and here I am.
What about you?