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Jun 28-30

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International will host its annual symposium and exhibition entitled Unmanned Systems North America 2005 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Contact:


2700 S. Quincy Street, Suite 400

Arlington, VA 22206

(703) 845-9671, Fax x9679



Jul 15-17

The Center for the Study of War and Society and the University of Tennessee Press will host a conference on the 60th anniversary of the atomic bomb and the impact of the development of nuclear weapons on American society and culture. Contact:

Prof. G. Kurt Piehler, Director

Center for the Study of War and Society

220 Hoskins Library

University of Tennessee

Knoxville TN 37996-0128

(865) 974-7094



Jul 21-24

The Aircraft Engine Historical Society will hold its 2nd annual convention in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Contact:

AEHS, Inc.

1019 Old Monrovia RD NW, # 201

Huntsville, AL 35806

(256) 683-1458


Jul 24-30

The International Committee for the History of Technology will present Electronics in the 20th Century: a Symposium as a part of its participation in the XXIInd International Congress of History of Science. This year's theme is "Globalization and Diversity: Diffusion of Science and Technology throughout History." The meeting will be held in Beijing, China. Contact:

Alexander Magoun

David Sarnoff Library

201 Washington Road

Princeton NJ 08543-5300

609-734-2636, Fax: 609-734-2339



Aug 5-7

The Yankee Air Museum will host its 7th Annual 'Thunder Over Michigan' Fly-in and WWII Aviation Symposium at Willow Run Airport, in Belleville, Michigan. This year's program will feature the world's largest gathering of flyable WWII-era bombers, including 7 B-17s, 5 B-25s, 2 B-24s and a B-29, along with fighters, transports and amphibians. Contact:

The Yankee Air Museum

P.O. Box 590

Belleville MI 48112-0590



Aug 5-21

The Society of American Archivists will hold its annual meeting at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana. Contact:

Society of American Archivists

527 S. Wells St., 5th Floor

Chicago, IL 60607

(312) 922-0140, Fax 347-1452


Aug 11-14

The 8th International Mars Society convention will be held on the campus of the University of Colorado at Boulder. Contact:

The Mars Society

P.O. Box 273

Indian Hills, CO 80454


Aug 30-Sep 1

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics will host its Space 2005 conference at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California. Contact:


1801 Alexander Bell Dr., Ste. 500

Reston VA 20191-4344

(703) 264-7551


Sep 8-9

The Centre for Second World War Studies will host a conference entitled "Defeat and Memory." The conference will be held at the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland. Contact:

Dr Jenny Macleod

Center for Second World War Studies

University of Edinburgh

24 Buccleuch Place

Edinburgh Scotland EH9 9LN


Sep 8-11

The Tailhook Association will hold its annual naval aviation symposium and reunion at the Nugget Hotel in Sparks (Reno), Nevada. Contact:

The Tailhook Association

9696 Businesspark Ave.

San Diego, CA 92131

(858) 689-9223 or (800) 322-4665


Sep 23-25

The Great War Society will hold its 16th Annual National Meeting at the Virginia War Museum in Newport News, Virginia. This year's theme commemorates the Society's 25th anniversary. Contact:

Dr Steve Gehnrich

608 Grasson Lane

Fruitland MD 21826



Sep 28-Oct 1

The Society for Military History will sponsor a slate of presentations at The Northern Great Plains History Conference to be held at the Plaza Hotel in Eau Clair, Wisconsin. Contact:

Joe Fitzharris

Department of History--Mail #4018

University of St. Thomas

2115 Summit Avenue

St. Paul, MN 55105 USA

651-962-5734 fax: 651-962-6360



Sep 28-Oct 1

The Society of Experimental Pilots will host its 49th annual symposium and reunion in Anaheim, California. Contact:


P.O. Box 986

Lancaster CA 93584-0986

Tel.: (661) 942-9574, Fax 940-0398



Sep 29-Oct 1

The Canadian Science and Technology Historical Association will hold its 14th biennial conference at the Canadian Museum of Science and Technology in Ottawa, Canada. Contact:

Edward Jones-Imhotep

Department of History

University of Guelph

Guelph (Ontario) N1G 2W1




Oct 3-6

In honor of the 100th anniversary of its involvement with, and support of aviation in the U.S., the Society of American Engineers will sponsor 2005 SAE Aerotech Congress and Exhibition. Its theme is "Where Technology Takes Off," and it will be held at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine (Dallas/Ft. Worth region), Texas. Contact:

SAE International

400 Commonwealth Dr.

Warrendale PA 15096-0001


Oct 5-6

The U.S. Naval Institute will host its 10th Annual Naval Warfare Symposium and Exhibition in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Contact:

U.S. Naval Institute

Beach Hall

291 Woods Road

Annapolis MD 21402

Tel.: (410) 295-1067, Fax x1048



Oct 5-9

The National D-Day Museum will host an International Conference on World War II with a theme entitled "The War That Changed The World." The conference also includes a World War II Film Festival; it will be held at the New Orleans Hilton Riverside and the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. Contact:

The National D-Day Museum

945 Magazine Street

New Orleans LA 70130

(877) 813-DDAY, Ext. 226



Oct 8-10

The George C. Marshall Foundation, working in conjunction with the McCormick Tribune Foundation and the History Department of the Virginia Military Institute, will host "From Quagmire to Detente: The Cold War from 1963 to 1975." The conference will be held at the Marshall Center in Lexington, Virginia. Contact:

Prof. Malcolm Muir, Jr.

Department of History

Virginia Military Institute

Lexington VA 24450

(540) 464-1224


Oct 14-15

The 2006 topic for the annual conference of the Centre for Conflict Studies will be "Terrorism in History: The Strategic Impact of Terrorism From Sarajevo 1914 to 9/11." This gathering will be held at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada. Contact:

Dr. David Charters

Centre for Conflict Studies

University of New Brunswick

(506) 453- 4587, Fax (506) 447-3175



Oct 27-28

The Center for Cryptologic History will host its 2005 Symposium on Cryptologic History near Baltimore, Maryland. Contact:

National Security Agency

Center for Cryptologic History

Suite 6886

Fort Meade, MD 20755


e-mail: <


Nov 3-6

The Society for the History of Technology will co-locate its annual meeting in conjunction with the History of Science Society; the meeting will be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Contact:

Dan Holbrook

Marshall University

Dept. of History

One John Marshall Blvd.

Huntington, WV 25705



Nov 10-12

The Rothmere American Institute at Oxford University will host a conference on The United States in the 1980s: The Reagan Years, including panel presentations on "Reagan and the American Military." Contact:

Ruth Parr, Assistant Director, Academic Programme

Rothermere American Institute,

Oxford, OX1 3TG United Kingdom


If you wish to have your event listed, contact:

George W. Cully

10505 Mercado Way

Montgomery Village, MD 20886-3910

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Date:Jun 22, 2005
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