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ass o c i a t i o n ne w s DIXIE CROW SUPPORTS LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS The Dixie Crow Chapter supported the Houston Regional Science & Engineering Fair by awarding $100 Savings Bonds to both the Junior and Senior Division Winners on Friday, Feb. 3. The lunch was a big hit as usual! Chef Mark Leslein, aka “Chef Roadkill,” treated all to chicken fajitas, refried beans, all the fix’ens and brownies for desert!!! The following Dixie Crow Members were present to assist Mark with preparation and serving: Bob and Mary Thrower, Marsha Leslein, Ken Cirilli, Joe & Joy Donovan, Lisa Fruge, Katlyn Fruge and Emily Allison representing the Veteran’s High School Beta Club. The Dixie Crows have committed to assisting Habitat for Humanity with their efforts a minimum of once a quarter as requirements dictate. Junior Winner: Layton Sheets’ project was titled: “Which Alternate Energy Source is Most Efficient in Middle Georgia: Solar or Wind? This project compared the amount of energy that can be captured at a particular middle Georgia location representative of residential or small business locations. 46 The Journal of Electronic Defense | March 2012 The Dixie Crow Chapter also assisted Habitat for Humanity by providing lunch to workers putting the finishing touches on the Toval home off of Orchard Way, Warner Robins, GA, build site on Feb. 11 Senior Winner: Stevie Hall’s Project was titled: “Liquid Cooling… Literally.” This project investigated the submersion of a computer in mineral oil. AOC AND GOLDEN GATE CHAPTER SUPPORT EW MUSEUM AT MOFFETT FIELD HISTORICAL MUSEUM The Golden Gate Chapter held a membership meeting on February 16, at the Moffett Field Historical Society Museum in Mountain View California. The speaker for the evening was AOC Regional Mountain-West Director Wayne Shaw who spoke on current activities of the AOC and discussed his thoughts on EW-capable UAVs. Special guests acknowledged included RADM Jerry MacKay, USN (Ret), who had been wing commander at Moffett in the 1970s and is a director of the Moffett Field Historical Society.  Also recognized were several other former executives who were pioneers in the development of processor-controlled warning Bob Maiers, GGC President, Herb Parsons, Moffett and jamming systems.  Included were Dr. John Grigsby, Ed Chapman and Joe Field Historical Society Museum President, Wayne Shaw, AOC Director with a facsimile of the Lee of ATI and Jim de Broekert founder of Advent Systems. The high-point of the evening was the presentation of the $2,500 check donation check. donated by the AOC and the Golden Gate Chapter to the Museum as a contribution for their continued support of the display of the Golden Gate Chapter’s collection of EW equipment exhibited for public viewing and edification.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of JED - March 2012

The View From Here
Conferences Calendar
Courses Calendar
From the President
The Monitor
Washington Report
World Report
US Rotorcraft EW Programs
Technology Survey: DRFMs for EW Applications
Book Review
EW 101
AOC News
2012 AOC Industry/Institute/ University Member Guide
Index of Advertisers
JED Quick Look

JED - March 2012