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  • SciTech Review Luncheon Meeting

    On Thursday January 31, the AIAA Tennessee Section will conduct a luncheon meeting to review the SciTech conference.  This meeting will include reports of the AMT and GTTC Technical Committee meetings and short versions of paper presentations made at the conference by Tennessee Section members. This meeting will be held in the UTSI cafeteria from 11:30 – 1:00. Food is available from the cafeteria. Please RSVP by 28 Jan.
  • Doug Pearson Talk About Shooting Up a Satellite at UTSI Nov 1

    The Tennessee Section of the American Institute of Aeronautics and
    Astronautics will have a luncheon meeting Thursday November 1 at the
    University of Tennessee Space Institute Cafeteria. There will be a
    presentation by Mr. Doug Pearson on the flight test of the ASM-135
    anti-satellite missile.

    In September 1985 Maj. Doug Pearson flew above the Pacific Ocean, launched
    the ASM-135 from his F-15's wing, and successfully destroyed the Air Force's
    Solwind satellite (which was at life's end and at 326 miles altitude). In
    addition to being the Air Force's only bona-fide "satellite-killing pilot,"
    Mr. Pearson is the Deputy General Manager of National Aerospace Solutions, a
    retired Major General of the Air Force having commanded the Flight Test
    Center, and a former Lockheed-Martin vice president in charge of F-35 flight
    testing. He is an aerospace engineering graduate of Texas A&M University.

    The event will begin at 11:30 am in the "under-the-balcony" area of the
    cafeteria. Lunch is available via the cafeteria line. Mr. Pearson's
    presentation will begin at 12:00. For more information, please contact the
    AIAA Tennessee Section Chair (Joe Wehrmeyer) at 931-454-4345 or
  • AIAA Huntsville Section's "Next Gen" Technical Symposium Oct 24-26

    The AIAA Greater Huntsville Section is sponsoring a NEXT GEN Technical Symposium October 24 to 26.  It includes technical sessions, Next-Gen manufacturing panel, speed-mentoring session, and writing workshop.  See the event website: https://aiaanextgen.org/ or the flyer at the Tennessee Section's Engage site: https://engage.aiaa.org/tennessee/home for more information.
  • Prof. Venkat Narayanaswamy Seminar at UTSI Oct 11

    Prof. Venkat Narayanaswamy will present an Arnold Lecture at the University of Tennessee Space Institute, Room H111, on Thursday October 11, at 2 pm.  The title of the talk is: High Speed Aerodynamics and Propulsion Research at NC State University.  For more information click on the link at the AIAA Tennessee Section Engage website.