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2018 AIAA Savannah Section Scholarship Attachment
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 1/31/2018 7:51 AM
2016-2017 Scholarship Awarded 
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 3/13/2017 11:24 AM
Lunch & Learn: Chatham County Mosquito Control Attachment
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 2/2/2017 1:37 PM
2017 AIAA Savannah Section Scholarship Attachment
by Kevin Shea
 1/27/2017 4:46 PM
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AIAA members volunteered their Saturday to attend the 2015 Student Success Expo at the Savannah Mall. The event was attended by thousands of students. AIAA volunteers set up a booth complete with a large Gulfstream model and a wind-tunnel demonstration. 2015-01-10_Student-Success-Expo_011480 x 360
Several Savannah members take part in one a Gulfstream rivet and metallic bonding class. GAC_Riveting_Class1715 x 1139
Taken at AIAA Congressional Visits Day 2010. From left to right is Wallace Isom (Gulfstream), Bob Greene (Atlanta business owner), John Barrow, and Robbie Cowart (Gulfstream). Team GA with John Barrow3000 x 4000
Gulfstream's 2nd test aircraft takes to the skies over the Atlantic Ocean near Savannah. Gulfstream's 2nd Test Aircraft3609 x 2400
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