AFCEA International Chapter News
DAYTON-WRIGHT CHAPTER CHAPTER - Dec 18, 2014

Speaker Discusses Human and Aircraft Interfaces

More than 200 members gathered for the final chapter luncheon of the year. The sponsors were AT&T, CSC Technologies, Evanhoe and Associates, Northrup Grumman, Peerless Technologies and Segue Technologies. The December chapter luncheon speaker was Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Timothy T. Jex, USAF, commander, 711th Human Performance Wing (HPW). The 711th HPW advances human performance and integration for air, space and cyberspace through research, education, consultation and operational support. The wing operates at seven geographically separated sites; the two major locations are Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The wing's primary mission units are the Human Effectiveness Directorate, the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine and the Human Performance Integration Directorate. Gen. Jex oversees more than 2,000 personnel and an annual $300 million budget. He also provides strategic direction for Air Force biotechnology, public health training and aeromedical consultation. Gen. Jex is a native of Scarsdale.

Event Photographs:

Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Timothy T. Jex, USAF (c), commander, 711th Human Performance Wing, receives a certificate of appreciation from Lt. Col. Brenda Oppel, USAF, chapter vice president of programs, and Linda Skinner, chapter president, following the general’s speech at the December luncheon.
Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Timothy T. Jex, USAF (c), commander, 711th Human Performance Wing, receives a certificate of appreciation from Lt. Col. Brenda Oppel, USAF, chapter vice president of programs, and Linda Skinner, chapter president, following the general’s speech at the December luncheon.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Brenda Colton
9379045518

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