Boeing Frontiers
July 2002 
Volume 01, Issue 03 
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Calendar of Events

July 7—10: Joint Propulsion Conference. More than 700 papers covering all areas of propulsion sciences will be presented during this conference, which includes exhibitors. Indiana Convention Center and RCA Dome, Indianapolis. See

July 9—11: Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International's 29th Annual Symposium and Exhibition. Called by the association the world's largest event dedicated to unmanned systems. Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Call (703) 920-2720 or see

July 15—18: International Conference on Environmental Systems. This technical event covers environmental, life support and extravehicular systems. Adam's Mark Hotel, San Antonio, Texas. See

July 17—19: UV2002. A conference and exhibition on unmanned vehicles. The Royal Lancaster Hotel, London. See

July 17—20: Airborne Law Enforcement Association's 32nd Annual Conference and Exposition. This event features education sessions and static display of aircraft configured for law enforcement roles. Tucson, Arizona. See

July 20: National Aviation Hall of Fame's 41st Annual Enshrinement Ceremony. Four more aviation pioneers will be inducted into the Aviation Hall of Fame, including Frank Piasecki, who built the world's first tandem rotor helicopter known as “the flying banana,” which was the forerunner to the Boeing CH-47 Chinook. Dayton Convention Center, Dayton, Ohio. See

July 20—21: Royal International Air Tattoo air show. Operational and historic military aircraft from all over the world go on display. Scheduled flying displays include the United Kingdom's Red Arrows aerobatic demonstration team. Royal Air Force Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. See

July 22—28: Farnborough International. One of the world's largest air shows and aerospace trade expositions. Public days, July 27-28. Farnborough, England. See The Boeing Farnborough Web site will be available July 21 at


July 31-August 2: Boeing Technical Excellence Conference. St. Louis, Missouri. BTEC is a forum for technical presentations as well as a primary networking and technology exchange for Boeing participants from around the world. On the Boeing intranet, see http://

August 5—8: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference and Exhibit. Monterey, Calif. See

August 12—15: 16th American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics/Utah State University Conference on Small Satellites. This conference focuses on emerging technologies and innovations in small satellites. Utah State University, Logan, Utah. See smallsat

August 12—16: Aerial Refueling Systems Advisory Group 2002 Conference. Discussions on the latest technology and training related to aerial refueling. Westin Indianapolis Hotel, Indianapolis. See

August 19—21: Information Sharing and Homeland Security Conference. Attendees include members of the intelligence, law enforcement and business communities, the Defense Department and state and local governments. The Philadelphia Marriott Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa. See

August 19—22: U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Conference and Exhibition. Von Braun Center, Huntsville, Alabama. The conference theme this year is “Missile Defense—Key to Global Security.” See

August 27—29: International Satellite and Communications Exchange Conference and Expo 2002. This event focuses on the global convergence of the satellite, communications, broadcasting and space industries. Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, Calif. See

August 31—Sept. 2: Canadian International Air Show 2002. This air show is in its 53rd year and will feature a large variety of military and civilian aircraft. Toronto, Canada. See

The above listings are assembled for the convenience of readers of Boeing Frontiers only and do not constitute an endorsement by The Boeing Company. Times, dates and subject matter are subject to change or cancellation. If you have any items you wish to have considered for the Frontiers Calendar, please e-mail them to, or send them by regular mail to Boeing Frontiers magazine, 100 N. Riverside, MC: 5003-0983, Chicago, IL 60606-1596.

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