An avid skier, Earleen was a member of the National Ski Patrol.
What does NSP stand for?
NSP stands for National Ski Patrol
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- NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) Speedpark (various locations)
- National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan
- National Scholarship Program (various locations)
- National Science Partnership (Girls Scouts of America/Franklin Museum)
- National Search and Rescue Plan
- National Security Project (various organizations)
- National Selection Process
- National Signaling Point (CCS #7 ITU-T)
- National Signatures Program
- National Sisterhood of Presvyteres (Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America)
- National Sleep Products (Wayne, NE)
- National Socialist Policy
- National Solidarity Party (Singapore)
- National Solidarity Programme (Afghanistan)
- National Strategic Plan (various organizations)
- National Stuttering Project
- Native Service Processing
- Native Signal Processing
- Native Signal Processor
- Native Sound Processing
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He was also an active member of the National Ski Patrol and retired member of the American Medical Association.
Ski Team member Ralph Miller when he set the unofficial speed record of 109 miles per hour also are on display, as are the official parka worn by National Ski Patrol founder "Minnie" Dole and the winter uniform of the 10th Mountain Division (also spearheaded by Dole).
He was also an avid sportsman, was a member of the National Ski Patrol and helped develop the Sinks Canyon Ski Area.
Partner organizations include the American Association of Snowboard Instructors, National Ski Patrol, and Professional Ski Instructors of America, all in Lakewood, Colorado; the International Brain Injury Association, Alexandria, Virginia; National Safety Council, Itasca, Illinois; and SnowSports Industries America, McLean, Virginia.
has been chosen to join the National Ski Patrol Board of Directors.
According to the National Ski Patrol more than 75 percent of ski area deaths are the result of advanced skiers and snowboarders losing control while pushing the limits of intermediate terrain.