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    • Southwest Aerospace Symposium

      Southwest Aerospace Symposium

      Saturday, 10 Sept. 2022  

      UT Arlington, Texas


      Science & Engineering Innovation & Research (SEIR) Building
      655 W Mitchell St., Arlington, TX 76010


      Registration Opening Soon!

      $35 Non Members
      $25 Members
      $15 Students


      The Sky is Not the Limit

      A quick look at 100 years of cockpit design and what the future portends

      Dr. Mike Skaff, Lockheed Martin


      Tactical Dehydration and its Effects in the Tactical Aviation Community

      Kasey Dixon, Lockheed Martin

      Bell X-22A Research Aircraft

      Erasmo Pinero, Bell


      V-280 Flight Test           

      David Johnson, Bell

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      Paul Park, UTA Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering


      Digital Threads and Digital Twins
      Don Kinard, Lockheed Martin


      Bell APT UAS

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      Amy Bean

      Luncheon Keynote Speaker

      Amy is a speaker, a writer, and the daughter of Aviator, Astronaut, Artist Alan Bean, lunar module pilot for Apollo 12 who grew up in Fort Worth, TX. Amy grew up in the history-making community of men, women and children who had a dream, worked together to achieve the impossible, and landed man on the moon. Her family marked the passing of time, not by the changing of the seasons, but by the power of the next rocket launch, and the boundaries broken as man pushed closer and closer to the moon. Amy presents a very unique viewpoint of the historic Apollo missions as she provides insight into her family experiences and reviews some of the amazing artwork from her father.

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