Active duty Air Force. Job in the AF is Explosive Ordnance Disposal. It's pretty cool when deployed, but home station gets a little boring doing the day to day things. We do get to do some cool TDYs though.
manager at Electric Service Carquest in Pocatello. It is okay, a little mundane. But it pays most of the bills, and I have access to hundreds of thousands of parts. My paycheck usually consists of 20% money and 80% parts bill.
Active duty Air Force. 18 years and counting. :beer:
Currently section chief for the Egress Shop where Travis works. We maintain the ejection seat and canopy systems for F-16, F-15C, and F-15E aircraft. I have also worked A-10s and B-1B bombers. It's been an interesting career, I've been all over the world. Lately I have been starting to think about what's on the other side though.
Electronics tech for the Micron. When crap really dies or I'm modding one of the machines it's pretty cool. Also a part time BSU student working towards my Electrical Eng degree. Currently on the 10 year plan