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Episode 41 With Alan Leonardi, Deputy Director, NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory and Joe Cione. We’ll talk about applications of autonomous systems (both sea and air based) in tropical storm environments, and work in atmospheric science and environmental awareness.
Guests will include; Gretchen West, Dr. Jerry Lemieux, Marcus Min and other special guests sharing their experiences and interpretations from the 2012 show. Next best thing to being at the show in person ;-)
FAST FORWARD TO 6 MINUTES… WE EXPERIENCED AUDIO TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES Gene and I will delve into the hullabaloo over privacy concerns and the DHS/FAA lists of approved UAS vendors as well as other timely subjects. During the course of the show, listeners will be able to join the chat and ask questions.
Special Guest ~ Jack Churchward
Jack served six years in the United States Navy and went on to earn his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of South Florida. Jack has over thirty years experience in the Aerospace and Defense industry, having worked on both manned and unmanned Space and Military platforms with the same firm. In addition to earning the rank of Eagle Scout and participating in archaeological digs as a youth, Jack is a fourth generation engineer and fourth generation patent holder and identifies himself as a Tibetan Buddhist. Jack's research into the life and theories of his great-grandfather James Churchward, author of the series of books about the Lost Continent of Mu, is conducted using his technical expertise, unique connections, special viewpoint and access to a portion of James' original source materials. Armed with his knowledge and capabilities, Jack seeks to create a more complete understanding of James Churchward and his theories.
Shelly Wilson is an Intuitive Medium, Reiki Master and Spiritual Teacher. Her mission is to assist others on their own journey into consciousness and encourage them to live an authentic life through awareness and empowerment.
Like the rest of the US military, the Navy has been working hard to integrate unmanned systems into their inventory for operational combat use. However, the unique challenges of operating unmanned systems in the maritime environment has forced the Navy to be somewhat more methodical and systematic in their development/deployment of such systems, especially unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Despite what some have said has been overly cautious approach, the Navy's efforts are yielding excellent results and promising capabilities for the future.
To learn more about the Navy's UAV programs, especially the recent success of their X-47B stealth prototype, joining host John D Gresham and guests Capt. Chuck Nash, USN (Ret. and Fox News military analyst) and SEAPOWER Magagine writer Rick Burgess (of the Navy League). Please join us at 1 PM EDT for military Monday, and call in with your questions, thoughts, and comments.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center contracting office in Greenbelt, MD is one of the tops in purchase order spending with $77 million in goods and services procured through PO's this year.
NASA GSFC is a major U.S. laboratory for developing and operating unmanned scientific spacecraft. Goddard manages many of NASA's Earth observation, astronomy and space physics missions. Goddard also maintains the adjacent Magnetic Test Facility, Propulsion Research site, the Antenna Performance Measuring Range, and the Optical Tracking and Ground Plane Facilities.
Enought Small Talk! Is Your Company Getting PO'd? is the series that tells you what happens when federal agencies leverage purchase orders and special acquisition rules to procure billions of dollars in supplies and services.
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We have scheduled an Army Bloggers Roundtable with Col. Gregory Gonzalez, program manager, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), Tim Owings, deputy program manager, UAS and Viva Austin, Airspace Integration Product director, UAS for Monday, Oct. 25 at 9:00 a.m. EDT. They will discuss the advances in UAS and how they are used in military operations. They will also discuss recent strides in FAA approval for unmanned aircraft flights within the national airspace and the new "hybrid" manned-unmanned com
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