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Nuclear and Future Flight Propulsion Technical Committee

 NFFPTC Announcements

Abstracts for JPC 2017 
by Dr Ashley K Hallock
 5/1/2017 1:48 PM
NFFPTC logo competition 
by Dr Ashley K Hallock
 4/30/2017 7:41 AM
AIAA NFFP Highlight Article 12-2010 Attachment
by Bryan Palaszewski
 7/11/2011 4:22 PM
NFFP TC meeting, AIAA JPC, San Diego 
by Bryan Palaszewski
 7/11/2011 4:15 PM
New membership listing uploaded Attachment
by Bryan Palaszewski
 3/14/2011 5:10 PM
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 TAC Announcements

AIAA Social Media Policy11/2/2016 8:32 AM
by Betty GuillieNo presence information
AIAA has a Social Media Policy! Many committees (along with regions, sections and branches) have "unofficial"-official AIAA pages on Facebook, Twitter, etc. The policy isn't meant to be a set of rules that would constrain activity on those pages; it just outlines what the Institute would consider to be inappropriate content for an AIAA-branded page and explains what to do in the case of a hack or account compromise. To access the Social Media Policy, please click on this link:


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Gregory V Meholic
Affiliation :The Aerospace Corporation
Raymond J Sedwick
Affiliation :University of Maryland
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