AFCEA International Chapter News
DAYTON-WRIGHT CHAPTER CHAPTER - Nov 19, 2009

The chapter's November meeting featured Maj. Gen. Curtis Bedke, USAF, commander, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, as the guest speaker. He manages the U.S. Air Force's $2.1 billion science and technology program as well as customer-funded research and development. He is responsible for a work force of nearly 11,000 people from the laboratory's component technology directorates, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and the 711th Human Performance Wing. The AFRL is gaining 1,000 staff members who are moving from Brooks City Air Base, Texas. The U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine and the Naval Aeromedical Research also are relocating to the AFRL from Florida. David Judson, chapter president, shared that the December speaker will be Lt. Col. Rob Lyman, USAF, White House Fellow. David Hart, chapter vice president for networking, briefed the meeting attendees on chapter business.

Event Photographs:

Maj. Gen. Curtis Bedke, USAF (l), commander, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, receives a token of thanks from Dan Curtis, chapter vice president for chapter programs, for serving as the November guest speaker.
Maj. Gen. Curtis Bedke, USAF (l), commander, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, receives a token of thanks from Dan Curtis, chapter vice president for chapter programs, for serving as the November guest speaker.
Linda Skinner (r), chapter vice president for corporate membership, provides a plaque to Julie Eitniear and Tom Mayer, both from Manpower Inc., in recognition of the company's new corporate membership at the November meeting.
Linda Skinner (r), chapter vice president for corporate membership, provides a plaque to Julie Eitniear and Tom Mayer, both from Manpower Inc., in recognition of the company's new corporate membership at the November meeting.
In November, David Hart, chapter vice president for networking, took Col. Kenneth J. Moran, USAF, program executive officer for both the Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS) and Logistics Information Technology Systems at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and Capt. Scott Smith, USAF, 88th Air Base Wing and Purple Heart recipient, for tandem skydives as a high-altitude salute to the military. Col. Moran held a sign in the airplane promoting the first
In November, David Hart, chapter vice president for networking, took Col. Kenneth J. Moran, USAF, program executive officer for both the Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS) and Logistics Information Technology Systems at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and Capt. Scott Smith, USAF, 88th Air Base Wing and Purple Heart recipient, for tandem skydives as a high-altitude salute to the military. Col. Moran held a sign in the airplane promoting the first "Go Live" of ECSS next summer.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Brenda Colton
937-656-9376

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