Delbert M. Little mail routes from San Diego, California, to Seattle, 1898-1991 Washington. From his pioneering efforts in this task, the first airways weather service was established here An American Meteoro- in 1928—a landmark in the development of commer- logical Society member cial aviation in the United States. from 1922 until his death With the arrival of F. W . Reichelderfer as chief of the on 6 September 1991, bureau, Little rapidly advanced to the forefront of Delbert Morse Little's management and policy planning at weather bureau professiona l career headquarters, first as chief of the (field) Station Op- spanned the transition erations division in 1940, then as assistant chief of the era, in which meteorol- bureau in 1944, and finally as deputy chief from 1954 ogy came of age as a until his retirement in 1958. In each of these positions, mature science—a sci- he was singularly responsible for the development ence global in dynamic and implementation of policies that ushered the scope, with services diversified to meet the contempo- Weather Bureau into the modern age of electronic rary needs of society, industry, agriculture, and the weather sensing and digital computer predictions. economy. During most of these years,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1991
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