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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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