We run a fairly structured shop as our seasonal Syllabus reveals. From time to time -- today at 15:00 UTC -- we throw our agenda "open". Unstructured. Completely determined by the interest of our clients, colleagues and followers.
A flag stands for a set of principles -- the reach for the ideals of a civilization -- not for the lapses of adherence to them.
The Academy broadcasts live from the U.S. Air Force Academy with the support of cadet DJs from the Broadcast Club. The station can be heard locally in Colorado Springs, Colorado at 97.7 FM and streams live worldwide online.
"Space is the ultimate high ground. Space capabilities fuel our way of life and our way of war. Here we are learning space by doing space, in an undergraduate space program unlike any other in the world. We are able to design, build, test and fly operational satellites. The Space Force was created to keep our satellites safe and operational and develop technology to protect our interests both in space and on Earth."
College campuses are the closest many people come to living in a beautiful city. The catalog of literature that informs the safety and sustainability of these "cities-within-cities" changes 100 to 1000 times per day. Titles in this catalog are unstable, time-sensitive and copyright protected. We break down standards action every day, assign priorities, then schedule a separate teleconference to formulate responses to public consultations. Daily colloquia topics appear on our CALENDAR.
"As an Allied Trade Specialist, you’ll supervise and perform the fabrication, repair, and modification of metallic and nonmetallic parts to ensure the Army’s equipment is operating reliably. You’ll operate lathes, drilling presses, grinders, welding machines, and other machine shop equipment. You will train to select the materials, tools, and equipment to do the job, and learn how to operate fabrication machines."
In January 1790, President George Washington, in his first annual message to Congress stated that, "Uniformity in the currency, weights, and measures of the United States is an object of great importance, and will, I am persuaded, be duly attended to."
We collaborate with the US Army Corps of Engineers harvesting data for its homeland power reliability enhancement project. Artificial intelligence applications to power systems depend upon an statistically significant data set for "training" power systems within education facilities and in the communities that host them. We encourage our colleagues in education community facility units to contribute data to this project.
Listen up faculty advisors and students! The topic of the 2023 competition will be an exploration into how American national standards contribute to any one of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development goals. Prizes (awarded in dollars) are non-trivial. Submission deadline: Friday, 2 June 2023.