Person:Werner J. A. Dahm

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Werner J. A. Dahm

 Professor and Former Chief Scientist of the U.S. Air Force

Born:1957, Huntsville, Alabama
Son of:Werner K. Dahm


•  --- 1978 Bachelor of Science (BSE), Mechanical Engineering, University of Alabama in Huntsville
--- 1981 Master of Science (MS), Mechanical Engineering, University of Tennessee Space Institute
--- H26985 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Aeronautics, California Institute of Technology - University of Michigan

Related Links:
•  AIAA - Exploiting Unmanned Aricraft Systems, by Wener J. A. Dahm, April 21, 2010.
• - Article titled "Over the Horizon" by John A. Tirpak, January 2011 detailing aspects of Dahm's report.
•  Armed with Science - Video of Lecture: "Emerging Unmanned Aircraft Systems: Their Role in Future Military Operations and the Key Technologies that will Shape Their Development"
•  Armed With Science - Article by Ian Graham about Dahm as blogger's Roundtable (September 2010)
•  Aviation Week - Dahm's US Air Force Technology Report on Threats and Opportunities.
• - Article by Jo Mathis of the Ann Arbor News, January 18, 2008. Werner J. A. tells of life with his father, a German Rocket Scientist, after the death of his father.
•  Flight Global - Article titled "Control science tops list of USAF science and technology priorities" by Stephen Trimble, August 5, 2010 detailing aspects of Dahm's report.
•  National Defense - Article on research: "Machines Will Boost Human Performance" Posted by Eric Beidel, Sept. 14, 2010.
•  Technology Horizons - USAF Report relased to the public on July 21, 2010
•  University of Michigan - Professional Bio
•  Wikipedia - Photo - Photo
•  Wikipedia - Chief - Roles and Responsibilities for the Chief Scientist of the U. S. Air Force
•  Chat - Comments when Wener Dahm released a report to the general public.

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•  Werner K. Dahm

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