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.