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Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (2017)

The Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers is a corps of the British Army that maintains the equipment that the British Army utilises.

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About the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Interview

Hey guys!! I still work a 'real day job' (currently home for lunch) but YouTube has been such a cool creative outlet for me for the past 5 years. Getting people pumped about science and education is something I'm passionate about. I genuinely can't process that 2M have hit the subscribe button. Ask me anything... and I mean ANYTHING... that sounds creepy... just ask my anything.

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tl;dr of me: I have a Masters in Mechanical Engineering. I worked at NASA for 9 years (7 of which were spent on the Curiosity Rover). I started a Halloween costume company from one of my videos and then sold it to some dudes in the UK and worked for them for 2 years at which point I was offered an opportunity to work for a large tech company in the Bay Area in their product formulation area which I do now.

YouTube has allowed me to fill a pool with 25M Orbeez to investigate buoyancy, earn 2 Guinness World Records (Largest Nerf gun and Largest Super Soaker), go on Jimmy Kimmel 4 times, travel to a bunch of cool places and interact with a bunch of cool people.

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Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Jul 14, 2017