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NASA thanks AOPA, ASF for support in AGATE programNASA thanks AOPA, ASF for support in AGATE program

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At a status report meeting hosted recently by the AOPA Air Safety Foundation at AOPA headquarters, officials of the NASA AGATE program presented appreciation awards to both AOPA President Phil Boyer and ASF Executive Director Bruce Landsberg. AGATE, for Advanced General Aviation Transport Experiments, is an industry/university/government alliance that has worked to develop new technology for the revitalization of general aviation. Both Boyer and Landsberg have been enthusiastic longtime supporters of the program, which ends this month. Presenting the awards to Boyer (left) and Landsberg (second from right) were Sam Venneri, NASA associate administrator for aerospace technology (second from left) and Dr. Bruce Holmes, manager of the General Aviation Programs Office at NASA Langley Research Center. Both NASA officials are AOPA members.


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