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KA3HDO promoted at NASA

In case you hadn't seen the news, the following is on the ARRL web page.
Congratulations, Frank

ARISS chairman promoted at NASA (Jul 24, 2003) --
Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) Chairman Frank
Bauer, KA3HDO, has been promoted to the highest technical rank accorded a
NASA scientist or engineer. Bauer, who works at NASA Goddard Space Flight
Center in Maryland, now is a Special Technical--or ST--in recognition of his
record of exceptional technical achievement in the field of guidance,
navigation and control. Bauer's promotion came through in time for him to be
appointed to the NASA deputy administrator's new blue ribbon panel,
"Alternatives to the Orbital Space Plane." Bernard Seery, chief of the
Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division in the Applied Engineering
and Technology Directorate, said Bauer's new ST rank formally recognizes him
as a lead guidance, navigation and control expert at the Agency level. ARISS
is an international program with participation by ARRL, NASA and AMSAT.

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