District of Columbia Thirty-five members attended the 26 April 1995 The 22 March 1995 meeting was held at the Na- meeting, which was held at the National Weather tional Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Service (NWS) Washington Weather Service Fore- Goddard Space Center, Greenbelt, Maryland. The cast Office (WSFO), in Sterling, Virginia. meeting had 47 people in attendance. Dave Pace, chapter vice chairperson, started the Ron Gird, chapter chairperson, started the meeting meeting by welcoming everyone. Before introducing by welcoming everyone. Gird introduced the guest the meeting's host, Pace announced that Kathryn speaker, David S. Leckrone. Leckrone has been a Sullivan, NOAA chief scientist, will be the guest speaker NASA senior project scientist for the Hubble Space at the science fair awards banquet. Pace introduced Telescope since 1992 and has been with NASA since and thanked Jim Belville, the meteorologist-in-charge 1969. He was the recipient of the NASA Exceptional at the Washington WSFO, for hosting the meeting. Achievement Medal in 1992. Pace mentioned that the NWS had announced that Jim Belville had been selected as the new director of Leckrone kicked off his presentation by giving an the OSF at Norman, Oklahoma. His replacement at overview of Edwin P.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1995
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