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The former ASDL grad student was named as the 40th Army Chief of Staff on August 9
Onetime ASDL master's student is now president of Airbus Aerial & Airbus Defence & Space Intelligence, North America
Georgia Tech Aerospace Engineering School alumus R. Steven Justice shares the lasting impression Apollo 11 made on him
Faculty and student researchers spoke with Bridenstine and Congressman Tom Graves during hour-long visit
The director of Georgia Tech's Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence was one of only a few civilians to address the military helicopter summit
Students from Metro Atlanta high schools learned the fundamentals of engineering at this AE School-based camp
Powering Innovation from the Sky to the Stars was the them of inaugural John Glenn Memorial Symposium
After the Russians launched Sputnik, the pressure to satisfy President Kennedy's Moon challenge sparked an exciting atmosphere of cooperation
The trio's article "Active Control of a UAV Helicopter with a Slung Load for Precision Airborne Cargo Delivery" Cited as Best Paper
Pilots are now able to train on realistic configurations in flight simulators using this real-time method improving flight safety.
Team Icarus recently returned from a Developer's Summit where the algorithims they'll use in the $1 million competition were tested
Ali's talk on magnetohydrodynamic energy generation selected as best student oral presentation
Thruster design research initiated by the Lightsey's Space Systems Design Lab is helping NASA to explore new opportunities
"NASA was like the Silicon Valley back then," says the former Saturn V rocket engineer
Lightsey's many contributions to space research recognized by the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering
$5,000 fellowship will support Leon's award-winning research in rotorcraft technology
"Three-dimensional Flow Dynamics and Mixing in a Gas-centered Liquid-swirl Coaxial Injector at Supercritical Pressure" featured article
Lockheed Martin, Georgia Space Grant Consortium join Tech's efforts to bring STEM to local teens
Aerospace Engineering's Sustain Alive rocket placed first in its category and second overall
The dreams - and careers - of many current and past Georgia Tech Aerospace Engineering students were launched with the Prox-1 satellite

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