Arthur V. Dodd recently FAA, National Weather Service, and the U.S. Navy. retired after 30 years of fed- This contract brings the total number of ASOSs being eral service and 12 years of deployed across the country and at navy/marine air- teaching at the University of fields around the world to 523 contracted to date. North Carolina. He was a ASOS automatically detects and reports present weather observerand weather weather conditions in the standard aviation observa- equipment technician during tion format and is designed to meet the federal specifi- World War II. cations for performance, reliability, and maintainability. Dodd received his bachel- or's and master's degrees in Two units of the Hughes Information and Tech- meteorology in 1949 and nology Company of Reston, Virginia, have been 1950 from The Pennsylvania awarded a contract from the U.S. Air Force. The $15 State University. He served million contract was awarded to improve the USAF Air as a climatologist with the U.S. Army from 1950 to Weather Service's ability to forecast space weather. 1968. He spent 15 of those years with the U.S. Army The one-year contract has renewable options for six Laboratories in Natick, Massachusetts. During this additional years of service.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1993
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