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AIAA TO HOLD ANNUAL MEETING IN ARLINGTON

 AIAA TO HOLD ANNUAL MEETING IN ARLINGTON
 Key figures in both civil and military aerospace fields will


present their views on the central issues facing both aeronautics and astronautics at AIAA's Annual Meeting and International Aerospace Exhibit, Aerospace '92. The meeting will be held April 28-30 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, 2799 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, Va.
 The first day will confront many of the most important concerns facing both education and civil space. Featured speakers for the education program include: Joe Shea, AIAA and MIT; Roy Romer, governor of Colorado; Robert Brown, NASA; Diane Ravitz, DOE; and Kenneth Hoffman, NAS. Civil space sessions will address four areas, Earth orbital, planetary, space technology development, and international cooperation. Speakers include Shelby Tilford and Richard Petersen of NASA; Ed Stone of JPL; Jesse Moore, Ball Aerospace; Don Fuqua, Aerospace Industries Association; John Logsdon, GWU; John Fabian, ANSER; and James Frelk, Department of Commerce.
 Wednesday, April 29, will address both defense and civil aviation issues in concurrent sessions. The defense sessions will open with a discussion on SDI technology by representatives from SDIO, USAF, and industry. This will be followed by a session led by Tom Stafford on military space. Afternoon defense sessions will address electronics/missiles and aviation.
 The civil aviation portion of Aerospace '92 will be introduced by Allen Paulson, CEO of Gulfstream Aerospace, and will be followed by sessions in civil aviation aircraft design, international cooperation, air traffic control issues, and NASP technology.
 The final day of the conference will focus on technology deployment and will be introduced by Robert White, under secretary for technology, Department of Commerce. The keynote address will be given by Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D) of New Mexico. This day will conclude with a special panel discussion led by Robert White and including Craig Fields, MCC; Robert Hermann, UTC; and Erich Bloch, Council on Competitiveness.
 AIAA is the nation's largest professional technical society and information source devoted to science and engineering in aviation and space.
 To register for the conference call the contact below.
 CONTACT: Gayle I. Armstrong of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 202-646-7432.
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