necrologies Walter S. Burgmann all the AWSTL collections to be housed under one roof. He serve d on numerou s defense departmen t and 1942-199 3 national committee s dedicated to developin g informa- tion policy and standards. He was the Air Weather Walte r S. Burgmann, Air Weathe r Service Techni- Service scientific and technical information program cal Library director, died on his birthday, 31 October manage r and foreign disclosure policy officer. Burgmann , a veteran of 29 years of combined He was an active member of the Masonic Lodge federal service, received his U.S. Air Force commis- an d United Methodist Church in Lebanon, Illinois. He sion in 1964. After serving in a variety of weather wa s a tireless advisor to the Orders of DeMolay and office r jobs, he pio- Eastern Star. He is survived by his wife of 26 years, neere d in the acquisi- Kay (Powers); tw o sons, Ja y and Jon ; an d one grand- tion an d use of weather son. satellite imagery and Donations may be sent to the American Cancer wa s one of the first Society, th e Illinois DeMola y Foundation, orth e Shriners picke d to teach the Hospital for Children.— Capt . Richard D. Arnold. • Defens e Meteorologi- cal Satellite Program (DMSP ) cours e at Kee- sle r Air Force Base. On e of th e assignments of which he was most prou d was that of staff weathe r officer to Aerial Survey Tea m #4 in Ethiopia, 'Radio Seals of Approval wher e he used his DMS P skills in helping to complete (Listed by Certificate Number) a vital international photo mappin g project. Afte r a long but successfu l fight against Hodgkins disease (cancer 147 Dennis J. Hodges 1993 of th e lymph nodes) in 1975, he wa s medically retired, but returned to the air force reserves in 1979 as assistant for weather to the commander, Air Force Television Seals of Approval Communication s Service. He later served as com- mande r of the 107th Weather Flight, Selfridge Air (Listed by Certificate Number) National Guar d Base, Michigan. He retired fro m th e air force reserve wit h th e grad e of lieutenant colonel o n 15 75 8 Eva n S. Eldridge 1993 Decembe r 1991. His award s an d decoration s included 75 9 Davi d W. Brown 1993 the Defense Service Medal with Oa k Leaf Cluster, the 76 0 Antoni o Mastrostefano III 1993 Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, an d th e Air Force 761 Lisa Lucht-Snyder 1993 Commendatio n Medal. He also received the Michigan 76 2 Davi d S. Sweeney 1993 Air National Guard's Broadsword Medal. 76 3 Dwight K. Weathers 1993 Burgman n began his civilian federal service career 76 4 Joh n Jedda 1993 in November 1975 when he accepted the position of Cor y Barron 76 5 1993 director , Air Weather Service Technical Library Phillip D. Mann 1993 76 6 (AWSTL) , the only library dedicated to the atmo- 76 7 Mar y E. Wrobel spheric sciences in the U.S. Department of Defense. Under his supervision, the library grew from a small an d cramped facility to a large, modern information Certified Consulting Meteorologists cente r wit h more tha n 25 0 00 0 document s that include (Listed Consulting Meteorologists) monographs , technical documents, and journals. For thes e efforts, he was named the Military Airlift 52 7 George D. Modica 1993 Command' s "Civilian of th e Year " in 1979. His $190,000 library expansion project resulted in the 1985 dedica- tion of an all new facility that, for the first time, allowed 27 0 Vol. 75, Vol. 2, February 1994
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