reply to post by Kangaruex4Ewe
found a video on YouTube made by some of the members here on the Ringmakers...
Originally posted by randomname
project camelot is sure squeezing every last ounce of orange juice from this lemon.
Education: B.S.M.E., Cornell University, 1943; L.L.B., LaSalle University (Extension),
1955; Postgraduate Study, Stanford University, 1947; Continuing Education,
Foothill College, 1982. Military: Served in the United States Navy, 1944-46, attaining
the rank of Chief Specialist. Career: Executive, Bergrun Companies (Research,
Engineering, Construction, Properties); Thermodynamicist, Douglas Aircraft
Company, El Segundo, 1943-44; Aero Research Scientist, NACA Ames Laboratory,
1944-56; Lockheed Missile and Space Company, Van Nuys (CA), Supervisor Flight
Test 1956-68, Manager Flight Test Analysis 1958-62, Manager Test Plans and
Direction 1962-63, Manager Re-Entry Test Operations 1963-67, Staff Scientist
Satellite Systems Applications 1967-69; Director, Management Information Systems,
Nielsen Engineering and Research, Mt. View, California. Organizational Memberships:
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Chairman San Francisco
Section 1962, Regional Director 1963, Associate Fellow; California Society of
Professional Engineers, State Director 1973-74 and 1979-83, Vice-President, 1986.
National Society of Professional Engineers, National Director, 1975-76; California
Space and Defense Council, 1982; Co-founder and Acting Chairman of the Board,
California Professional Engineering Center, 1986. Charter Member Aviation Hall of
Fame. Community Activities: Foreign-Student Host, International Center for the
Advancement of Management Education, Stanford University, 1964-67; National
Hearing on Noise Abatement and Control, Washington, D.C., 1971; Steering
Committee Member for Representative Charles S. Gubser, 10th District California,
83rd-93rd Congress, 1960-74; California Space and Defense Council, 1982; Presidential
Task Force, 1982; Television Public Service Announcement, Holiday Project,
1981. Religion: Stanford Memorial Chapel, Teaching Assistant, Youth Program;
Member Chapel Summer Choir, 1982; Foothill Evening Chorale, 1980-86 interdenominational.
Honors and Awards: Engineer of the Year, California Society of
Professional Engineers, Penisula Chapter, 1978; Appreciation for Sustained Contributions
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1972; Extraordinary Service
Award, National Management Association, 1968; Recognition of Distinctive Service,
Institute of Aerospace Sciences, 1962; Appreciation for Contributions to First Polaris
Launching, Navy Department, 1960.