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TELEVISION SEALS OF APPROVAL

TELEVISION SEALS OF APPROVAL about our members Keith G. Blackwell recently joined the faculty of graduate and graduate courses at Embry-Riddle the Department of Geology and Geography at the Uni- Aeronautical University and the University of Ne- versity of South Alabama as an assistant professor of braska—Omaha. meteorology. Blackwell In 1993 Blackwell became the first director of me- will be teaching dynamic, teorology at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado physical, and synoptic Springs, where he helped direct and coordinate the meteorology on the main establishment of a new undergraduate meteorology campus and coastal clima- program. He developed and taught several new tology at the Dauphin Is- upper-level undergraduate courses in meteorology and land Sea Laboratory. also served as the director of the Cadet Summer Re- Blackwell earned his search Program. B.S. in meteorology from Blackwell, an AMS member since 1976 and a mem- the University of Wiscon- ber of Chi Epsilon Pi, has received many meteorol- sin—Madison in 1980. He ogy-related awards. While at Little Rock AFB, he was subsequently worked as an presented the Honorary Missileman Award for excel- air pollution meteorologist lence in weather support to the 308th Strategic Mis- in Birmingham, Alabama, sile Wing. He received a Distinguished Graduate Stu- Keith G. Blackwell d as a con- dent Award in 1988 from the Texas A&M Graduate and late r worke sulting and broadcast me- College. Blackwell was chosen the Outstanding Com- pany Grade Officer of the Quarter for AFGWC's Soft- teorologist in Mobile. In 1983 he became a weather ware Development Division in 1992, the Outstanding officer in the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and was assigned Company Grade Officer of the Quarter for all of to the base weather station at Little Rock Air Force AFGWC in 1993, and subsequently was awarded the Base (AFB). Lance P. Sijan Leadership Award for the entire USAF While in the USAF, Blackwell was assigned Air Weather Service in 1993. He received an early to Texas A&M University, where he received his promotion to the rank of major (one year ahead of M.S. and Ph.D. in meteorology in 1987 and 1990, schedule). While serving at the Air Force Academy, respectively. Blackwell performed three years of postdoctoral research and development at the Meteorological Mod- els Section of Air Force Global Weather Central (AFGWC) in Omaha, Nebraska. At AFGWC he was mmm sms of mmm the lead scientist and team chief for the development and implementation of the Relocatable Window Model 902 Thomas A. Divecchio 1997 (RWM); the RWM was developed to meet the numeri- 903 Mark T. Johnson 1997 cal weather prediction needs of the USAF in world- 904 Harry Johnston 1997 wide contingency operations. 905 Margaret Orr Settoon 1997 Because of his numerical modeling experience and 906 D. James Siebert 1997 synoptic forecasting ability, he was specifically cho- 907 Bill Martin 1997 sen for temporary numerical modeling and forecast- 908 Michael W. Stone 1997 ing assignments in support of both Operation Desert 909 Christopher A. Shumway 1997 Storm and the Mt. Pinatubo volcanic eruption in the 910 Samuel J. Vincent 1997 Philippines. While in Omaha, Blackwell taught both under- Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1207 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

TELEVISION SEALS OF APPROVAL

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 78 (6): 1 – Jun 1, 1997

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about our members Keith G. Blackwell recently joined the faculty of graduate and graduate courses at Embry-Riddle the Department of Geology and Geography at the Uni- Aeronautical University and the University of Ne- versity of South Alabama as an assistant professor of braska—Omaha. meteorology. Blackwell In 1993 Blackwell became the first director of me- will be teaching dynamic, teorology at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado physical, and synoptic Springs, where he helped direct and coordinate the meteorology on the main establishment of a new undergraduate meteorology campus and coastal clima- program. He developed and taught several new tology at the Dauphin Is- upper-level undergraduate courses in meteorology and land Sea Laboratory. also served as the director of the Cadet Summer Re- Blackwell earned his search Program. B.S. in meteorology from Blackwell, an AMS member since 1976 and a mem- the University of Wiscon- ber of Chi Epsilon Pi, has received many meteorol- sin—Madison in 1980. He ogy-related awards. While at Little Rock AFB, he was subsequently worked as an presented the Honorary Missileman Award for excel- air pollution meteorologist lence in weather support to the 308th Strategic Mis- in Birmingham, Alabama, sile Wing. He received a Distinguished Graduate Stu- Keith G. Blackwell d as a con- dent Award in 1988 from the Texas A&M Graduate and late r worke sulting and broadcast me- College. Blackwell was chosen the Outstanding Com- pany Grade Officer of the Quarter for AFGWC's Soft- teorologist in Mobile. In 1983 he became a weather ware Development Division in 1992, the Outstanding officer in the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and was assigned Company Grade Officer of the Quarter for all of to the base weather station at Little Rock Air Force AFGWC in 1993, and subsequently was awarded the Base (AFB). Lance P. Sijan Leadership Award for the entire USAF While in the USAF, Blackwell was assigned Air Weather Service in 1993. He received an early to Texas A&M University, where he received his promotion to the rank of major (one year ahead of M.S. and Ph.D. in meteorology in 1987 and 1990, schedule). While serving at the Air Force Academy, respectively. Blackwell performed three years of postdoctoral research and development at the Meteorological Mod- els Section of Air Force Global Weather Central (AFGWC) in Omaha, Nebraska. At AFGWC he was mmm sms of mmm the lead scientist and team chief for the development and implementation of the Relocatable Window Model 902 Thomas A. Divecchio 1997 (RWM); the RWM was developed to meet the numeri- 903 Mark T. Johnson 1997 cal weather prediction needs of the USAF in world- 904 Harry Johnston 1997 wide contingency operations. 905 Margaret Orr Settoon 1997 Because of his numerical modeling experience and 906 D. James Siebert 1997 synoptic forecasting ability, he was specifically cho- 907 Bill Martin 1997 sen for temporary numerical modeling and forecast- 908 Michael W. Stone 1997 ing assignments in support of both Operation Desert 909 Christopher A. Shumway 1997 Storm and the Mt. Pinatubo volcanic eruption in the 910 Samuel J. Vincent 1997 Philippines. While in Omaha, Blackwell taught both under- Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1207

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Published: Jun 1, 1997

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