This is an appropriate time and place to mention and to thank the very large number of people who give their time and expertise to make JPVT possible. The success of the journal would be impossible without them. Associate Editors are chosen for a 3-yr term, with the possibility of a one-time term renewal. Their primary responsibility is to oversee the peer review process, including assigning qualified reviewers, ensuring timely completion of reviews, and maintaining the journal’s commitment to standards of high quality. Associate Editors are often responsible for the review of multiple papers at any given time. Reviewers must be both objective and subjective as they fulfill their responsibility; they must be objective in the sense that they must eliminate any personal or corporate bias toward the author or subject and must be subjective in evaluating the paper based on their own personal knowledge and experiences in a technical field. Reviewers may also be assigned to multiple papers at any given time. As an Editor, my primary responsibility is to oversee the technical content and operation of the journal, accepting or rejecting all materials considered for publication, working directly with ASME on publication logistics, and ultimately ensuring the continued excellence of JPVT. Of course, the journal would be impossible without the Authors, their research, ingenuity, and dedication to the pressure vessel and piping industry. Thanks to all of you for your contributions. And finally, a most important thank you to my editorial assistant, Jessica Bulgrin, who handles many of the day-to-day operations of this Journal.