Millersvill e University up with an interesting and diverse group of speakers. Last semester, the chapter saw a tremendous influx Chapter Treasurer Libby Haynes reported that eight of freshman and transfer members. Both old and new new people joined the chapter since the last meeting. members attended biweekly meetings in which mem- O'Connor introduced the speakers, Brig. Gen. Fred bers discussed current weather events, such as Hurri- P. Lewis and Lt. Col. Bill Munley. Lewis is the U.S. canes Erika and Linda, and the extreme El Nino shap- Air Force director of weather. He spoke briefly about ing up for the winter. Members also toured the local recent changes at the Air Force Weather Agency TV station (WGAL-8) to get an insight on broadcast (AFWA) (formerly Air Weather Service; AWS). He meteorology. The highlight of the semester, however, said that these changes go hand-in-hand with the was having Jim Eberwine, a meteorologist at the Na- reengineering of Air Force Weather function to better tional Weather Service (NWS) in Philadelphia/Mount meet the challenges of the future as the air force Holly, come and speak to the group about his experi- moves into the twentieth century. ence with the NWS, particularly
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