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The Greater Huntsville Section announced the winner of its inaugural First Flight Commemoration Contest on December 17, the 111th anniversary of the Wright Brothers first sustained, controlled flight.
Members, families and guests of the Greater Huntsville Section Council rolled up their sleeves to give old St. Nick a hand on December 4th. The group donned elf hats to fabricate, assemble and paint toys for disadvantaged children as part of Santa’s Lab.
Section members participated in the inaugural 5K STEM Power Run/Walk on November 1 at Alabama A&M University. The run was sponsored by the North Alabama Professional Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) to raise money for NSBE’s annual STEM robotics camp for middle and high school students.
The Greater Huntsville Section of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) traveled to Dayton, Ohio to attend the 100th Anniversary of World War I Dawn Patrol Flying Rendezvous, visit the National Museum of the US Air Force and tour sites on the historic Aviation Trail.
Pumpkins can fly! Who knew? The members of Team AIAA Greater Huntsville, that’s who. Composed of intrepid aerospace professionals from AIAA’s Greater Huntsville Section, the team took to the fields of Tate Farms in Meridianville, Alabama, to represent the section, and AIAA, in the farm’s “Pumpkin Blast 2014” competition
Section's Liaison to Student Branches Neal Algood leads first-time display at the annual Moontown Airport Grass Field Fly-In. The Section was invited by the fly-in organizer, Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 190.
Long-time section member Tom Hancock receives NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal for aerospace education activities.
Congressman Mo Brooks gave a
in the UAH Shelby Center. The luncheon was cohosted by the Alabama Space Grant Consortium, and included several student members in the audience
Section members mingled at USSRC 45th anniversary celebration of Apollo 11 landing. Speakers included Patrick Scheuermann, MSFC Director, and Robert Lightfoot, Associate Administrator of NASA.
Lunch & Learn: Spinning Body Stability & Lagrange Points
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17 Section members attended a Huntsville Stars game, caught a foul ball, and got a bit wet
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2000 Stomp Rocket launches at the
NASA on the Square
event in downtown Huntsville
Mississippi State University Student Branch rocket reached 15,000 feet in NASA Student Launch competition at Bonneville Salt Flats. The team placed second overall in the competition.
Section awards, new Officers and Directors, Scholarship Award, hypersonics and more at the 2014 Awards and Installation Dinner
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