He progressed through increasingly responsible positions, working on such programs as the Space Shuttle vehicle, the AH-64 Apache attack helicopter, the B1-B Lancer, the National Aerospace Plane, AC-130U gunship and the Space Launch Initiative.
What does NAP stand for?
NAP stands for National Aerospace Plane
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- Naples, Italy - Capodichino (Airport Code)
- National Academies Press
- National Academy Press
- National Account Profile
- National Accreditation Program (ANSI term)
- National Action Party (political party in Mexico)
- National Action Plan (various locations)
- National Adaptation Plan (UN)
- National Advantage Program (insurance)
- National Aerial Photography
- National Afforestation Programme (India)
- National Agriculture Policy (various locations)
- National AIDS Prevention
- National AIDS Program
- National Airports Policy (Canada)
- National Allocation Plan (EU emissions trading schemes)
- National Anthem Project
- National Apprenticeship Programme (various locations)
- National Association of Parliamentarians
- National Awareness Partners
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He later served as chief of the Dynamics and Controls Branch within Dryden's Research Engineering division, and also headed the center's National AeroSpace Plane Projects Office.
Aerospace engineers first began thinking about such engines several decades ago in a project that became known as the National Aerospace Plane.
Navy, the National Science Foundation, the National Aerospace Plane Joint Program Office, together with NASA and the U.
Since he began his career at Dryden in 1971, Petersen has served as deputy director, assistant to the director, chief of the Center's National AeroSpace Plane Projects Office, and chief of the Dynamics and Controls Branch within the Research Engineering Division.
Rosen, 59, a project manager responsible for Advanced Materials and Processes Technologies at the division, was cited for his attributes, abilities and distinguished contributions to three Rockwell Aerospace business pursuits: the National Aerospace Plane (NASP); a magnetic levitation (MAGLEV) upgrade to the test track at Holloman Air Force Base, N.
For an unconventional aircraft like the planned National Aerospace Plane, which would fly at more than 20 times the speed of sound and generate huge amounts of heat at its shell, materials researchers are designing carbon-based and carbon-fiber-reinforced structural composites that are strong and heat resistant yet light in weight and low in density.
He was also involved in the C-130 gunship, Australian F-111 Pave Tack, X-30 National Aerospace Plane, and other development programs.