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ALABAMA (CyHAN)- Tracy McMahan, a public affairs officer at the Marshall Space Flight Center, spoke with Gabriel Pont, DECLIC's mission manager from the French Space Agency (CNES).
NNA - Public Affairs Officer Robin Holzhauer and Cultural Affairs Officer Lisa Petzold traveled to the Cadmous School in Tyre to meet with Alwan program participants from three different schools, under the context of bridging religious and cultural boundaries in Tyre.
For new public affairs officers in the Marines and other military public affairs officers, Oliver (public affairs leadership, Defense Information School), who served as a Marines public affairs officer in Operations Iraqi Freedom and Desert Storm, explains how to promote programs using successful principles utilized by the Marines, by focusing on the distribution of a strong message internally, externally, and in the community.
Kelly is public affairs officer, Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation, Orlando, Fla.
``Driving is the most important thing in and of itself,'' said CHP Officer Joe Zizi, public affairs officer for the Southern Region.
Krohn, who served as a Pentagon public affairs officer during the first three and a half years of the Bush administration, points out that the unnecessary war in Iraq is rapidly wearing down our military, under-mining national morale, and emboldening actual and potential adversaries.
So far, the female public affairs officer has remained anonymous.
Mattera, chief public affairs officer at Liberty Mutual and a liaison member representing the Alliance of American insurers, told the NAIC/Industry Liaison Committee meeting that the work of the NAIC is very encouraging, but that a "significant segment" of the industry had doubts that the NAIC can make the reform changes.