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The Los Angeles-Las Vegas Section of AIAA would like to thank SpaceX for its generosity in sponsoring the Section's May 21 Awards Dinner!

 

 Announcements

The AIAA - Los Angeles-Las Vegas Section Presents the AIAA Awards Dinner - Thursday, May 21 
by Dr Lisa C Kaspin-Powell
 5/5/2015 11:32 PM
 
Call for Applications and Donations: AIAA Los Angeles- Las Vegas Section 1st Annual James Wertz Scholarship Program 
by Dr Lisa C Kaspin-Powell
 3/24/2015 4:05 PM
 

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