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Fundamentals of Hypersonics Course Offered at Edwards Air Force Base

White Eagle Aerospace recently returned to Edwards Air Force Base, CA where Aerosciences Instructor J. Terry White taught his Fundamentals of Hypersonics(FOH) short course. The training was held 29 November – 02 December 2011 at the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) Engineering Development Flight (EDF) and drew participants from both military and civilian sectors.

This marks the second time Mr. White has presented the FOH short course in the past two months, with an earlier offering at the Ohio Aerospace Institute in Cleveland, OH. FOH is an intense training program that provides participants with a sound understanding of hypersonic aerophysics and the effects of the hypersonic flight environment on vehicle loads and performance.

FOH Nov 2011 Class Photo

Class Photo
Fundamentals of Hypersonics
Edwards Air Force Base, CA
29 November – 02 December 2011

The AFFTC is the Air Force Materiel Command center of excellence for research, development, and test and evaluation of aerospace systems for the United States and its allies. It also operates the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School and supports non-military government agencies. The combat, combat support and training capabilities of most of the Air Force’s weapons systems were first proven there, giving the AFFTC a direct link to each of the Air Force’s core competencies.

White Eagle Aerospace extends a special thank you to each student in attendance, as well as sincere gratitude to the following individuals who have been instrumental in facilitating this course: Ms. Linda Harrison, Ms. Cathy Clum and Ms. Laura Blank.

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Raytheon Missile Systems Welcomes White Eagle Aerospace

J. Terry White brought his in-demand Aerodynamics For Engineers (AFE) short course to Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS) in Tucson, AZ. The training was held 7-10 November 2011 and marks the company’s premier visit to RMS, a global leader in design, development and production of missile systems for U.S. and allied forces.

White Eagle Aerospace’s AFE course is fast becoming one of the most requested training programs in its current curriculuum. The course material is directly applicable to a wide variety of aerospace-related professions and serves as an ideal foundation for advanced studies.

NOV 2011 AFE Class Photo

Class Photo
Aerodynamics For Engineers
Raytheon Missile Systems • Tucson, AZ
7 – 10 November 2011

The entire team at White Eagle Aerospace would like to extend a warm thank you to each student in attendance and tremendous appreciation to the following key individuals whose assistance has been invaluable: Erica Lefcourt, Renee Richards and Tim Morrill.

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White Eagle Aerospace Returns to the Hallowed Ground of Flight at Edwards Air Force Base

J. Terry White, CEO and Aerosciences Instructor at White Eagle Aerospace, recently held his acclaimed Aerodynamics For Engineers (AFE) short course at Edwards Air Force Base, CA. The course, which provides a comprehensive training experience in basic aerodynamic principles applicable to the subsonic, transonic, supersonic and hypersonic flight regimes, was held 24-27 October 2011.

Said Mr. White: “I always look forward to coming out to the Air Force Flight Test Center on teaching assignments. The people here are highly motivated aerospace professionals and it is a distinct pleasure to have them in class. It goes without saying that Edwards is a special place when it comes to the world of flight. The profound sense of history that one feels here is extremely inspiring.  Edwards is truly the hallowed ground of flight.”

AFE Oct 2011 Class Photo

Class Photo
Aerodynamics For Engineers
Edwards Air Force Base, CA
24 – 27 October 2011

White Eagle Aerospace is honored to serve the United States military and civilian personnel at Edwards AFB and would like to sincerely thank each student who attended this course. In addition, the WEA team extends special gratitude to Ms. Cathy Clum and Ms. Linda Harrison – whose time and assistance have been invaluable.

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Fundamentals of Hypersonics Short Course Held at Ohio Aerospace Institute

On 11-14 October 2011, White Eagle Aerospace made its debut visit to the Ohio Aerospace Institute in Cleveland, OH where CEO J. Terry White taught his increasingly popular Fundamentals of Hypersonics (FOH) professional short course. The course drew participants from NASA Glenn Research Center, also located in Cleveland, OH.

The FOH course presents a thorough treatment of hypersonic flow physics, gas dynamics, aerodynamic heating, plasma effects, aeroacoustics, and flight vehicle force and moment characteristics. Course material also introduces participants to a myriad of other aerodynamics-related topics that are intimately related to hypersonic flight test and flight research operations.

Oct 2011 FOH Class Photo

Class Photo
Fundamentals of Hypersonics
Ohio Aerospace Institute • Cleveland, OH
11 – 14 October 2011

The Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) provides education and training services that support the dynamic educational needs of the aerospace economy. In addition to its education and training efforts, OAI and its partners engage in research and collaborative efforts that lead to innovative and cutting-edge technological solutions to complex aerospace problems.

White Eagle Aerospace sincerely thanks each student in attendance, in addition to the following key individuals who helped facilitate this course: Ann O. Heyward, Vice President, Research and Educational Programs and Rebecca E. Evans, Program Manager, Research and Educational Programs.

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White Eagle Aerospace Returns to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

White Eagle Aerospace recently returned to Dayton, OH where instructor/CEO J. Terry White held back-to-back professional short courses. This represents the company’s third visit to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in 2011. Earlier offerings include the Basic Missile Aerodynamics (BMA) short course held 23-26 May 2011 and the Fundamentals of Earth Reentry (FER) short course held 11-15 July 2011.

CEO and Aerosciences Instructor J. Terry White opened the 2-week session with Advanced Missile Aerodynamics (AMA), held 15-18 August at the National Air & Space Intelligence Center (NASIC). The AMA course provides expert instruction in classic engineering-level prediction methodologies used in the estimation of missile and missile-like vehicle aerodynamics characteristics and is one of the most technically advanced courses currently offered by White Eagle Aerospace.

Aug 2011 AMA Class Photo 

Class Photo
Advanced Missile Aerodynamics Short Course
National Air & Space Intelligence Center (NASIC)
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH
15 – 18 August 2011

On 22-25 August, J. Terry White taught his increasingly-popular Aerodynamics for Engineers (AFE) short course at the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC). This course provides a fundamental, yet comprehensive, training experience in basic aerodynamic principles applicable to the subsonic, transonic, supersonic, and hypersonic flight regimes.

Aug 2011 AFE Class Photo

Class Photo
Aerodynamics for Engineers Short Course
Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC)
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH
22 – 25 August 2011

White Eagle Aerospace is extremely grateful for the opportunity to serve the United States military and civilian personnel at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The WEA team would like to express sincere gratitude to each student in attendance and to a few key individuals who have been invaluable in facilitating our courses, namely: Mr. Nathan Setters, Ms. Jennifer Toth, Ms. Kathy Robey, and Ms. Aurea Rivera (Technical Director, NASIC Data Analysis Group).

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Press Release: Manufacturing Training and White Eagle Aerospace To Offer Root Cause Failure Analysis Training

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.”

RCFA Case Study

 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.

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Fundamentals of Earth Reentry Short Course Held at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

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.

July 2011 FER Class Photo

Class Photo
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.

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Spacefest III Brings Rare Opportunity

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.

Spacefest III Photos

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.

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Basic Missile Aerodynamics Short Course Held at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

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).

May 2011 BMA Class Photo

Class Photo
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.

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CEO J. Terry White to be a Featured Speaker at Spacefest III

J Terry White Spacefest

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.

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