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Prior to founding Saber Astronautics, Jason was a US Army Major and Army Space Support Team (ARSST) leader for USSTRATCOM (formerly Space Command) and deployed internationally in support of military space missions. He was a lead instructor at the Interservice Space Fundamentals Course, teaching satellite design, propulsion, and orbital dynamics. His civilian engineering experience consisted of hardware-software integration for the Wide Field 3 (WFC3) instrument for the Hubble Space Telescope and testing for the Intermediate Command Module (ICM) of the International Space Station. He also conducted intensive verification and ...
(human towers). It has the status of a public-interest association. The group was founded in 1948 in response to the increased interest in human tower building in Vilafranca del Penedès , a Catalan tradition that has evolved since the 18th Century Ball de Valencians, a dance from Valencia. Nowadays, the Castellers de Vilafranca have about 400 active human tower building members of all ages, with no discrimination on the grounds of race, religion, sex or social status. They share the common goal of building human towers, democratic values, cooperation and team work, a constant desire to surpass themselves, and a will to maintain ...
space canada promotes space solar power
Unless mankind leaves the Earth, it will surely die there. This blog is dedicated to exploring the manifest destiny of mankind to fill all creation with life and intelligence. And two new articles on SSP from Space Review: Exerpts from: The vital need for America to develop space solar power The vital need for America to develop space solar powerby James M. (Mike) SneadMonday, May 4, 2009 An interesting and timely debate has begun within the American pro-space community about the need to support the start of the commercial development of space solar power (SSP). Given strongly held ... market research, surveys and trends
2010 China International food refrigeration, cold storage and cold ...
Food, drug safety and cold chain logistics is closely related to perishable food cold chain in China lagged behind the market leading to an alarming amount of food waste and bring a great deal of food safety problems have also hindered the Chinese food industry steps into the international market. 2010 China International Food Exhibition Name freezing, refrigeration and cold chain logistics technology and equipment exhibition Show Time November 30, 2010 -12 2 months Venue Shanghai Mart Exhibition Info Food, drug safety and cold chain logistics is closely related to perishable food cold chain in China lagged behind the market ... market research, surveys and trends


Near-Term Manned Space Logistics Operations
One aspect of anticipatory planning is assessing the importance and potential operational value of (or threat materializing from) alternative �futures� based on technologies either not currently being utilized or being considerably underutilized. In planning future U.S. space forces and space power, one such alternative of potentially major importance may be labeled as a �proto-Star Trek� future. In stark contrast to the projected future path of most U.S. space operations, including military space forces, this alternative involves significant human operations in space built on the establishment of an integrated ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Space Review: The vital need for America to develop space ...
An interesting and timely debate has begun within the American pro-space community about the need to support the start of the commercial development of space solar power (SSP). Given strongly held personal and organizational preferences for space science, suborbital commercial human spaceflight, the human exploration of Mars, etc., it’s not surprising that achieving a consensus to support and strongly advocate for starting the commercial development of SSP has not yet been reached. I argue that the time for such support has arrived. Such support will not only help America and many other nations avoid energy scarcity later ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Who are this year's Rainmakers?
announces this year's Rainmakers honorees, 16 professionals who have made a lasting contribution to the supply chain management profession. By DC Velocity Staff If the events of the past two years have taught any lessons, it's that preparation, patience, and poise trump all else in times of turmoil. Our 2010 Rainmakers are a living embodiment of that creed. As the profiles on the following pages show, they've persevered through tough times with hard work and determination. Yet for all the challenges they've faced, they never stopped giving back to the profession. This year's selections represent many ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Tents Aren't Holding Up in Heavy Haitian Rains
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (June 25) -- Hurricane season in Haiti officially began three weeks ago, bringing rain to the region nearly every day. More than 1.5 million Haitians remain in the streets. Yet this week, the United Nations completed a study, revealing that 40 percent of all emergency shelters, including tents and tarps, already need to be replaced or "improved." It took the international community five months to distribute almost 700,000 tarps and 70,000 tents and remains one of the most complex and difficult accomplishments of the disaster response. The new study, however, shows that emergency shelter materials ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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AIAA Space Logistics Technical Committee. (SLTC). Draper Laboratory. E-mail: Jennifer Green. AIAA Space Logistics Technical Committee ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Ambassador Laura E. Kennedy: U.S. Space Policy Review and ...
It is a pleasure to be with you today, and I would like to thank UNIDIR and its Director, Theresa Hitchens, for convening this valuable annual conference on space security. I would also like to thank Ambassador Arevalo, the chair of COPUOS, for continuing that organization’s participation in this event and its cooperation with the CD; having personally worked with COPUOS when I was posted as the Deputy of the U.S. Mission to the UN in Vienna, I know of their important contributions to this field. I am grateful for the opportunity today to provide an update from the United States on our ongoing space policy review as well as our ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
People - MIT Space Logistics Center: Interplanetary Supply Chain ...
and in multidisciplinary optimization. He has over 15 years of academic, professional and military experience in Aerospace Engineering. Systems he worked on during design, manufacturing and operations include the Northrop F-5, McDonnell Douglas F/A-18, the NASA James Web Space Telescope, the Space Interferometry Mission and the Terrestrial Planet Finder mission. He obtained a graduate degree in industrial engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) in 1993, which included training in project and supply chain management. He earned S.M. (1999) and Ph.D. degrees in Aerospace Systems from MIT in 2001. For ...
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RAM C. MENEN Divisional Senior Vice President Cargo, Emirates Airline Ram Menen is Divisional Senior Vice President Cargo, Emirates Airline. He began his career in aviation in 1976 at Kuwait Airways. He later moved to British Airways to head its cargo operations in Kuwait. In 1984, he joined the Kuwaiti aviation group Alghanim Al Qutub Shipping Agencies, to set up and manage its airfreight-forwarding unit in Dubai. Mr. Menen has headed the cargo division of Emirates since the inception of the airline in October 1985. Trained as an engineer, he spearheaded the conceptualisation and development of the LD-36 (AMF) type of ...
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Louis Freeh – Director of FBI, 1993-2001. Former U.S. District Court Judge for Southern District of New York, appointed by President George H.W. Bush. Former Deputy United States Attorney in New York. Former FBI agent. Former officer in United States Army. General Albert Stubblebine, U.S. Army (ret) – Commanding General of Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), 1981 - 1984. Also commanded U.S. Army’s Intelligence Center. Former head of Imagery Interpretation for Scientific and Technical Intelligence. 32-year Army career. Col. Robert Bowman, PhD, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Director of Advanced Space Programs Development ...