White Eagle Aerospace

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White Eagle Aerospace is a leading provider of aerospace engineering consulting, aerospace technical training and aerospace history presentation services to the aerospace community. J. Terry White is the firm's President and CEO. White is a 35-year aerospace industry veteran with technical expertise in hypersonics, aerothermodynamics, atmospheric entry, missile aerodynamics, air data sensing systems, wind tunnel testing, computational fluid dynamics and flight testing. White also has more than 25 years of experience as a technical instructor. He has developed and taught a myriad of aerospace technical courses for a a number of institutions and organizations including California State Polytechnic University at Pomona, Hughes Missile Systems Company, Raytheon Missile Systems, Society of Flight Test Engineers and White Eagle Aerospace.

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