When the time came for college, Ron Carty chose to go to The Maryland Institute College of Art, which was the only school in the area that offered a degree in photography at the time. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography in 1975.
After graduation, Carty worked as an Olan Mills photographer and photo lab technician for five years. He was hired at Aberdeen Proving Ground in 1980 as a photographer (scientific and technical) at what is now called the Aberdeen Test Center.
Then in 1990, Carty got a call from an old friend, Bill Nemeth who was the lead photographer at the U.S. Army Human Engineering Laboratory. HEL later became the U.S. Army Research Laboratory Human Research and Engineering Directorate in the early 90s.
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