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Ireland, Scotland, Afghanistan, and Nicaragua—Esri T-Shirts Are Fun the World Over!

George A. Brown II
George A. Brown II
George A. Brown II, GIS manager, Jacksonville, Florida, Sheriff's Office, says he has been an Esri user since the early days of ARC/INFO way back in 1988. He was wearing his favorite Esri T-shirt while standing in front of Carrickfergus Castle, located on the harbor in Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is the most well-preserved and largest Norman castle in all of Ireland.

Jan Gautreaux
Jan Gautreaux
Jan Gautreaux, owner of GeoRescue geologic digitizing service, toured northern Scotland, the Inner Hebrides, and the Orkney Islands with the Association for Women Geoscientists led by two British Geological Survey geologists. This is one of the Stones of Stenness on Orkney Island, part of several ancient henges in the area. Also in the picture is an Esri T-shirt.

 

James Snyder and Sean Tracy
Sean Tracy
Sean Tracy (right), a geospatial analyst with the United States' National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and Sergeant First Class (SFC) James Snyder posed with their Esri T-shirts in front of the Bagram Passenger Terminal at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. This was Tracy's fifth deployment to the Combined Joint Task Force 101 (CJTF-101)/Terrain Team and its predecessors, serving at Bagram since 2004. SFC Snyder is the noncommissioned officer-in-charge (NCOIC) of the 101st Airborne Division's Terrain Team. Serving in the U.S. Army as a terrain analyst for the past 18 years, Snyder has been deployed to Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Tracy says, "It is always a pleasure and a thrill working with our military counterparts using Esri software on a daily basis. Your [Esri] software is ensuring the information edge in our current operations in Afghanistan."

Kevin Mayo, Todd Remmel
Kevin Mayo and Todd Remmel
Kevin Mayo (left) and Todd Remmel, owners/lead developers of, respectively, FlipsideGeo, a GIS application development and programming services company in St. Augustine, Florida, and Ripsin, a GIS and Web development company in Delray Beach, Florida, went on a surfing trip to the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. We are sure glad they packed their Esri T-shirts!


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Dirk Vandervoort
  Dirk Vandervoort, of POWER Engineers, Inc., Boise, Idaho, shows off his Esri biking jersey while mountain bike riding along the Ribbon Trail in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Wear an Esri T-shirt in a unique location and send a photograph to ArcNews. Photos will be considered for use in ArcNews, the expanded T-shirt section at ArcNews Online, or both. While digital photos sent via e-mail (tmiller@esri.com) are preferred, prints or slides can be sent to Thomas K. Miller, ArcNews Editor, ArcNews T-Shirt Feature, Esri, 380 New York Street, Redlands, California 92373-8100 USA.

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