2018-2019 Council Election Results

Congratulations to the following newly elected AIAA Atlanta Section Council Members for 2018-2019!!! Mr. Aaron Harcrow – Chair Mr. Neil Sutherland – Vice-Chair Mr. Neil Hall – Treasurer Mr. Steven Mellard – Secretary Dr. John Olds – Council At-Large – 2018-2020 Dr. Michelle Kirby –… Read More

October 2018 Dinner Meeting

Mr. Carson Brial, recent Georgia Tech AE Graduate (Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering), spoke to the Atlanta Section at our Dinner Meeting on Tuesday, October 23rd.  He shared his experiences as an AE Student, as an Intern at Hewlett-Packard (HP), as a Co-op at Gulfstream, and… Read More

Oshkosh 2018

Or, by its full name, International Experimental Aircraft Association Fly-In Convention. Held at Wittman Field, KOSH, Oshkosh, WI, July 23-29, 2018. I attended from July 20-July 30, as part of my employer’s exhibit. See commutercraft.com for details. Lot’s of aircraft ranging from pre-WW2 Ford Tri-Motors… Read More

April 2018 Dinner Meeting

  Dr. John Olds gave a presentation at our Tuesday 24 April dinner meeting. Dr. Olds, the founder of SpaceWorks, has spoken to us previously about Generation Orbit and Terminal Velocity Aerospace. On this occasion, he spoke about his latest endeavor, Blink Astro. While many… Read More

Update from the Internet

Here are just a few links from around the internet. First up, the Tribune & Georgian reports that ABL Space Systems has signed an agreement with Camden County. If you go to the ABL website, you can see they mention Camden, Georgia. So it looks… Read More

January 2018 Outing to iFLY

So, you are an aerospace engineer. You know how to design airplanes. You know how control surfaces work. So — how to you fly a human? AIAA-Atlanta members found out for themselves on Monday 8 January 2018. While much of Atlanta was preoccupied with the… Read More