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NASA Aeronautic Academy interns finish program

Posted September 6, 2012 by by Linda KC Reynolds

Inertia, proverse yaw, bifilar sensitivity, aileron deflection, doublet maneuvers - throw in a few mathematical equations that have more letters than numbers and it's enough to make anyone's head spin.

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Alan Radecki shares Vintage Air Blog on Aerotech NewsRadio

Posted May 31, 2012 by by Rebecca Amber

Alan Radecki, aerospace and flight test photographer for Northrop Grumman and author of A Mojave Scrapbook, was featured on Aerotech NewsRadio May 31. He shared how his experience as a professional photographer and passion for aviation history led to a rather unique blog, Vintage Air, which he began in September 2011.

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Academy inspires students in science, technology, engineering, mathematics

Posted October 18, 2012 by by Diane Betzler

For students at the newly-opened Gregg Anderson Academy in Palmdale, Calif., a day of learning becomes a day of fun.

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Branch Elementary School teachers share unique experience

Posted June 7, 2012 by by Rebecca Amber

Elementary school teachers Kim Cantrell, grade 6, and Michelle McCormack, grade 5, shared their experiences with the Mojave Intermediate Space Challenge on Aerotech NewsRadio June 7.

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Local band has military, aerospace roots

Posted July 27, 2012 by by Linda KC Reynolds

More than anything, Vagrant X is about building relationships, exchanging energy and bonding.

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AERO Institute partners with AIAA to offer specialty courses for aerospace engineers

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The AERO Institute in Palmdale, Calif., in partnership with The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, is offering two new classes geared for engineers and aerospace professionals at the AERO Institute, 38256 Sierra Highway, Suite A in Palmdale. The classes are entitled “Optimal State Estimation” and “Mathematical Introduction to Integrated Navigations Systems with Applications” and…

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Mojave Revitalization Plan kicking off

Posted March 30, 2012 by

The community of Mojave, Calif., is setting itself on the path to revitalize itself. Making Mojave a more desirable place to live is the goal. The long sleepy community is home to the Mojave Air and Space Port. That asset is known worldwide as a hub of innovative aerospace and commercial space flight breakthroughs. It…

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Santarelli, Bautista review first year of engineering program

Posted July 19, 2012 by by Rebecca Amber

"The local industry ... here desires to have [an engineering] program here ... we have what we call a home-grown initiative," said Santarelli.

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Edwards Civ-Mil selects 2013 projects; honors contributors

Posted May 1, 2013 by Raphael Jaffe

The April Edwards Civilian-Military support Group directors meeting discussed the 2013 project for the base, and verified the annual barbecue date. They also heard reports on the AV Board of Trade Washington, D.C., tour and the California Space Week celebration in Sacramento. Several projects for the base were discussed. Rehabilitation of the name plaques at…

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California BRAC bases now part of recycling revolution

Posted May 29, 2012 by by Susan Wolbarst

J.D. Wang, the CEO of a tire recycling company, believes people can recycle anything if they put their minds to it. So it seems fitting that his company is expanding into a recycled building -- once the commissary at the former Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, Calif.

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