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The Region & Section Activities Committee provides leadership and direction to the 7 Regions and 62 Sections.


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 Distinguished Lecturer Calendar

12/2/2015 5:30 PM   Greater New Orleans Section DL 
Daniel Adamo
Astrodynamics Consultant
“Questioning The Surface Of Mars As The 21st Century's Ultimate Pioneering Destination In Space” 
Local contact
Larry de Quay
12/4/2015 6:00 PM   Cape Canaveral Section DL 
Tucker Hamilton
Experimental Fighter Test Pilot, USAF
“Making a Difference at Mach 2”
Local contact
David Fleming
12/7/2015 11:30 AM   Vandenberg Section DL 
Mark Lewis
Director, Science and Technology Policy Institute, Institute for Defense Analyses
“Hypersonic Flight: Progress and Challenges
on the Way to High Mach Systems"
Local contact
Mark Hawes
1/14/2016 5:30 PM   Albuquerque Section DL 
Todd Barber
Senior Propulsion Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
“Lord of the Rings: The Cassini Mission to Saturn”
Local contact
Arup Manji
2/23/2016 6:00 PM   Iowa State University Student Branch DL 
Richard Graham
U.S. Air Force, Retired, 9th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing Commander
“SR-71 Blackbird – An Engineering Marvel”
Local contact
Michael Mohr
2/24/2016 6:30 PM   Boston University Student Branch DL 
Paul Bevilaqua
Technical/Research Director, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, Retired
“Inventing the Joint Strike Fighter”
Local contact
Sheryl Grace
3/2/2016 11:00 AM   Dayton/Cincinnati Section DL 
Tucker Hamilton
Experimental Fighter Test Pilot, USAF
“Making a Difference at Mach 2”
Local contact
Lance Chenault

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