Northeast Louisiana University to be the chapter's representative to the Washington The first chapter meeting was held on 1 October Academy of Sciences. She will provide the chapter 1998. Col. Bob Mims, professor of Aerospace Science with reports on academy meetings and activities. and head of the air force Reserve Officer Training The guest speaker for the evening was National Corps (ROTC) program at Louisiana Tech University, Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) spoke to the chapter about meteorology opportunities Corps Captain Craig S. Nelson, executive director of in the U.S. Air Force. Mims discussed requirements the National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmen- for the ROTC program, as well as various scholarships tal Satellite System, Integrated Program Office available to prospective candidates. He also spoke on (NPOESS/IPO). His topic for the evening was an over- the pros and cons of various careers in meteorology view and program status of NPOESS. On 5 May 1994, with the air force. President Clinton made the landmark decision to Following the guest speaker, Chapter President merge the nation's military and civilian operational Clarissa Emrick convened with new business. The first meteorological satellite systems into a single, national item of business was meteorology study sessions. Nu- system
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1999
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