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news from our chapters1 In 1945, Congress authorized the school to become a separate Central Carolina institution , and in 1951, they purchased the Del Mont e Hotel and surrounding 600 acres in Monterey, Calif., and moved Th e chapter met 8 December 1982 at Meredith College, thei r operations there. Today, the school, which is directed by Raleigh, N.C . There was a short business meetin g followed by a superintenden t with the rank of Rear Admiral, has an enroll- a slide program to which the public was invited. The slides, men t of 1600 student s from th e five U.S. Armed Services and presente d by A1 Riordan, North Carolina State University; over 30 different foreign countries. In 1975, the school's Ken Schere, Environmental Protection Agency; and Rod Gon- enrollmen t was also opened to civilian employees of the U.S. ski, National Weather Service, depicted several weather government . The school's facilities include a large library, an event s and meteorological phenomena. It was an interesting IBM 370 computer with over 200 terminals, a research ship, program marked by informative discussions between the au- and extensive laboratories, as well as a contract with BDM dience and the presenters.—John R. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 64 (4): 5 – Apr 1, 1983

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-64.4.403
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Abstract

In 1945, Congress authorized the school to become a separate Central Carolina institution , and in 1951, they purchased the Del Mont e Hotel and surrounding 600 acres in Monterey, Calif., and moved Th e chapter met 8 December 1982 at Meredith College, thei r operations there. Today, the school, which is directed by Raleigh, N.C . There was a short business meetin g followed by a superintenden t with the rank of Rear Admiral, has an enroll- a slide program to which the public was invited. The slides, men t of 1600 student s from th e five U.S. Armed Services and presente d by A1 Riordan, North Carolina State University; over 30 different foreign countries. In 1975, the school's Ken Schere, Environmental Protection Agency; and Rod Gon- enrollmen t was also opened to civilian employees of the U.S. ski, National Weather Service, depicted several weather government . The school's facilities include a large library, an event s and meteorological phenomena. It was an interesting IBM 370 computer with over 200 terminals, a research ship, program marked by informative discussions between the au- and extensive laboratories, as well as a contract with BDM dience and the presenters.—John R.

Journal

Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 1983

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