The 52nd Annual Pennylvania State University Comprehensive Short Course in Rotary Wing Technology will be held August 5 – 9, 2019, in State College, Pennsylvania. It is a 5-day course covering aerodynamics, dynamics, stability and control, structures, acoustics, propulsion and drive trains of vertical flight vehicles. Many chapter members have attended over the years and have found the course to be excellent.
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Actually, any men or women who worked for TECOM, USAAMRDL, AVLABS, ATL or AATD or even had close associations with these organizations (like NASA or industry) are welcome to attend. The luncheons are held most first Mondays of the month, gathering around 11:15 a.m. at the Yorktown Pub, 540 Water Street, within sight of the Coleman Bridge.
Click here to see the interview with last year’s HELMOT keynote speaker.
Old friends and coworker members of the VFS (of course, we still think AHS) get together on the 1st Monday of at least most months at the Yorktown Pub at 540 Water Street. If you arrive at about 11:30 you will have a chance to chat, have lunch and, maybe, a brew and share the old times and catch up with what we are doing now. Afterward is a great time to take a stroll down the historic York River beach.
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