Manufacturing Training and White Eagle Aerospace announced today that they are offering Root Cause Failure Analysis training on September 22 and 23 in Ontario, California.
Press Release – Aug 10,2011 – Manufacturing Training and White Eagle Aerospace announced today that they are presenting a 2-day seminar on Root Cause Failure Analysis on September 22 and 23 in Ontario, California. Joseph Berk, author of Systems Failure Analysis (ASM International, 2010), will present the training.
“Our approach focuses on finding the root causes of failures in complex systems,” said Berk. “Our training is unique in that while we include component and material failure assessment topics, our primary focus is on finding root failure causes in systems. In this situation, the engineers and failure analysts first have to identify which components to assess, and that’s what makes this training different than other approaches. It’s been used with great success in complex military systems, aircraft, biomedical devices, and other high technology systems.”
Above: case studies from the WEA RCFA training program.
Berk is the author of nine books on the assurance technologies and related subjects. He is a widely-respected consultant and expert witness who teaches at the University of Kansas and the California State Polytechnic University.
White Eagle Aerospace (www.WhiteEagleAerospace.com) is the premier US aerospace training organization, with aero-science courses including Engineering Aerodynamics, Gas Dynamics, Aircraft Performance, Hypersonics, Atmospheric Entry and Missile Aerodynamics, Electro Optical/Infrared Sensors, Directional Infrared Counter Measures, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles/Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
White Eagle Aerospace is expanding their course offerings in the manufacturing optimization area, with new courses including Root Cause Failure Analysis, Cost Reduction and Optimization, and Delivery Performance Improvement. White Eagle Aerospace will announce dates and training locations for the Cost Reduction and Optimization course and the Delivery Performance Improvement course in the near future.
For additional information, please contact White Eagle Aerospace at 520-219-0526. Manufacturing Training offers training, consulting, and expert witness services in the areas of cost reduction, quality improvement, and failure analysis for manufacturers.
On 11-15 July 2011, White Eagle Aerospace returned to the National Air & Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) outside of Dayton, OH to hold its Fundamentals of Earth Reentry professional short course. NASIC, headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, is the principal provider of foreign aerospace intelligence to the US Department of Defense. This marks the third technical training course held at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH.
Fundamentals of Earth Reentry Short Course
National Air & Space Intelligence Center (NASIC)
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH
11 – 15 July 2011
Fundamentals of Earth Reentry is designed and taught by J.Terry White, company founder and Aerosciences Instructor at White Eagle Aerospace. This intensive training program is designed for the aerospace professional seeking expert instruction in the basic principles, science and technology of entry into the Earth’s atmosphere. The course provides the basic technical knowledge needed to intelligently address the critical aspects of atmospheric entry from suborbital and orbital flight.
White Eagle Aerospace is honored to serve NASIC, the military and civilian personnel of both the United States Air Force and the US Department of Defense. The WEA team wishes to thank each student who attended the Fundamentals of Earth Reentry course and expresses sincere gratitude to Mr. Nathan Setters, Ms. Jennifer Toth and Ms. Aurea Rivera (Technical Director, NASIC Data Analysis Group) for their invaluable assistance in facilitating this course.
On Friday 03 June, 2011 White Eagle Aerospace CEO J. Terry White delivered a special rendition of his Apollo Remembered presentation at Spacefest III in Tucson, AZ. Mr. White led the audience on a 90-minute journey through the hallowed passages of the Apollo era, reliving unforgettable moments in history – moments that marked some of mankind’s greatest achievements and served to unite our Nation.
Several legendary Apollo crew members were in attendance, in addition to many other former United States astronauts. This was an especially memorable gathering and possibly one of the last opportunities these great men will have to unite. Mr. White was fortunate enough to meet with several of these pioneering astronauts and express his gratitude for their enduring service to our country.
Pictured above, from top to bottom:
White Eagle Aerospace CEO J. Terry White with former United States
astronauts Jim Lovell, Tom Stafford, Gene Cernan and Charlie Duke.
On 23-26 May 2011, White Eagle Aerospace held its popular Basic Missile Aerodynamics short course at the National Air & Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) outside of Dayton, OH. NASIC, headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, is the principal provider of foreign aerospace intelligence to the US Department of Defense. This was the second Basic Missile Aerodynamics technical training course held at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH. The initial offering, held 16-19 August 2010, was hosted at the distinguished Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT).
Basic Missile Aerodynamics Short Course
National Air & Space Intelligence Center (NASIC)
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH
23 – 26 May 2011
Basic Missile Aerodynamics is designed and taught by J.Terry White, company founder and Aerosciences Instructor at White Eagle Aerospace. The class provides a focused training experience in the aerodynamics of tactical missiles, ballistic missiles, launch vehicles, sounding rockets and projectiles. The comprehensive course material also serves as an ideal foundation for more technically advanced studies.
White Eagle Aerospace is honored to serve the military and civilian personnel of both the United States Air Force and the US Department of Defense. The WEA team extends sincere gratitude to each student who attended the Basic Missile Aerodynamics course and a special note of appreciation to Mr. Nathan Setters, Ms. Jennifer Toth and Ms. Aurea Rivera (Technical Director, NASIC Data Analysis Group) for their assistance in facilitating this course.
J Terry White, President/CEO of White Eagle Aerospace will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Spacefest III. Spacefest is a thrilling event for space enthusiasts of all kinds, with subjects ranging from astronomy to manned exploration, robotic exploration, commercial space and space history.
Mr. White will be delivering a special presentation entitled, Apollo Remembered. This inspiring presentation will take you on a memorable journey through the famed Apollo missions – arguably, mankind’s greatest adventure! The talk is scheduled to begin promptly at 12:30 pm on 03 June 2011.
Spacefest III will feature highly acclaimed scientists, astronomers, professors, authors and speakers from the aerospace community, as well as the largest gathering of astronauts in recent history. The celebrated group will include six of the twelve men who have been priveledged to set foot upon the moon, namely: Buzz Aldrin, Gene Cernan, Dave Scott, Alan Bean, Charlie Duke, Jim Lovell and Edgar Mitchell.
Spacefest III will be held 02-05 June 2011 at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort and Spa in Tucson, AZ.
Since it’s foundation in 2006, White Eagle Aerospace (WEA) has served the professional aerospace community by hosting its nationally-acclaimed short courses in various locations throughout the United States. In this tradition, March 2011 saw the return of Terry White’s highly-regarded short courses held several times per year at the AERO Institute in Palmdale, CA.
The month of March also heralded the first of many short courses to be offered at the company’s home base of Oro Valley, AZ. In the spirit of innovation, this offering was simultaneously the premier short course offered by renowned Sensors and Systems expert and master instructor John L. Minor through White Eagle Aerospace.
The 07-10 March 2011 offering, Fundamentals of Electro-Optics and Infrared (EO/IR) Sensors, is the first of many exciting courses designed and taught by Mr. Minor, who is an internationally recognized expert on military sensor systems. He is also a highly sought-after instructor and lecturer with over 35 years of technical and operational experience. The FEOIR course was met with overwhelming approval, and drew students from a wide variety of aerospace-related fields and international locations.
Fundamentals of Electro-Optical and Infrared (EO/IR) Sensors
07-10 March 2011
On 14-17 March 2011, WEA President and CEO Terry White held the first of two back to back short courses at the AERO Institute in Palmdale, CA. The course,Aerodynamics For Engineers, has become a much sought-after staple for aerospace professionals in a wide variety of fields looking to gain a basic yet comprehensive understanding of aerodynamic principles.
Aerodynamics For Engineers
14-17 March 2011
The second course taught by Terry White, Fundamentals of Earth Reentry, was held on 21-24 March 2011. This challenging short course draws professionals from military, NASA and public sectors who are seeking expert instruction in the principles, science and technology of entry into the Earth’s atmosphere.
Fundamentals of Earth Reentry
21-24 March 2011
White Eagle Aerospace extends sincere gratitude to each student who attended our March 2011 short courses. It is a great priviledge to serve you! Also, a heart-felt thank you to the wonderfully accomodating staff at the AERO Institute – including Jose Hernandez and Mike McKie, as well as James Luebke at the Wingate by Wyndham in Oro Valley.
White Eagle Aerospace (WEA) held its highly acclaimed Aerodynamics For Engineers (AFE) short course at Edwards Air Force Base, California from 29 Nov-02 Dec 2010. This specialized training was provided to military and civilian engineering personnel of the legendary Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC).
White Eagle Aerospace sincerely appreciates the opportunity to serve the aerospace training needs of the United States Air Force. Special thanks to John Welker, Linda Harrison and Agie Castillo for making WEA’s AFFTC experience such a memorable one.
Aerodynamics For Engineers Short Course
Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC)
Edwards Air Force Base, Californa
29 Nov-02 Dec 2010