We are pleased to announce the new Section Council for the 2017-2018 year. Thank you to all who participated in the voting. The Council for this section term will consist of: Chairman: Bob Greene, AIAA Senior Member, Aeronaut Corporation Vice-Chairman: Laura Forczyk, AIAA Member, Georgia… Read More
A new IMAX film produced in partnership with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) looks to explore engineering contributions to the world and its future. See more about it and where to view it at http://www.dreambigfilm.com/
We are pleased to announce the new Section Council for the 2016-2017 year. In particular, we welcome back Mr. Ed Hutchins as Chairman of the AIAA Atlanta Section. Ed’s vision for the Atlanta section is to bolster the aeronautics and astronautics industries through supporting its… Read More
Great Big storyteller Leland Melvin is back in another installment of “The Astronaut Life.” When you go to outer space, your body changes. Your spine gets longer, your heart doesn’t work as hard and your vision gets worse. Leland lets us in on his body-morphing… Read More
In June of 2014, Atlanta hosted the AIAA AVIATION 2014 Forum. Here is what you missed. We hope to see you the next time.
“As aerospace professionals, we have devoted our lives to understanding what many people believe is unknowable”.. always “in search of the next impossible thing” to conquer. This short video presents the AIAA Credo and shows what we, as AIAA members, are committed to achieving. We hope… Read More
As part of the NextGEN updates, wake recategorization is now yielding benefits in one of the busiest airports in the world, Atlanta.
Video of Lockheed’s now operational F-35 Lightning II at Luke AFB, Arizona
On Thursday, May 28th 2015, Pat Epps, founder of EPPS Aviation celebrated fifty years in business with a hangar party at the Dekalb-Peachtree airport facility. Invited guests including AIAA Atlanta Section members Steve Justice and Bob Greene were treated to food, drink, lots of airplanes… Read More
On May 14, 1918 to commemorate the start of the first regularly scheduled airmail service, the post Office issued a stamp featuring the Curtis JN-4H biplane known as the Jenny. One sheet of 100 stamps incorrectly printed with the biplane inverted was inadvertently released. These… Read More