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Space Committee Update 

Visit our Space Committee page Newsletters and Updates!

Our Space Committee Newsletter is posted below.  Take a look at the latest developments.

Congratulations to the NDIA Georgia as being recognized as a Model Chapter.  The Model Chapter program was established in 2001 to promote the continuing relationship and open communication between the National Organization and its Local Chapters.

NDIA Georgia Identified As A 2015 Model Chapter

Congratulations to the 2016 slate of board members

During the months of November and December, several key board positions were successfully filled for the upcoming 2016 term.  Join us in congratulating the following individuals that have been elected to the leadership ranks of our state-wide chapter along with their respective (term) length.  

Chuck Hunsaker, President, Space (2016)

Brian Smith, Secretary/Treasurer (2016)

Bruce Cotterman, Past President (2016)

Patrick (Pat) Bartness, Member-At-Large, STEM (2017)

Greg Fordham, Member-At-Large, Cyber (2016)

Barry Page, Member-At-Large, Small Business (2017)

Tammy Schmidt, Member-At-Large, Ft. Benning (2017)

Shawn Morrissey, Member-At-Large, Ft. Stewart (2017)

Scott Poag, Member-At-Large, Ft. Gordon (2018)

Darren Harper, Member-At-Large, Kings Bay (2018)

Mike Hogan, Member-At-Large, Robins AFB (2016)

Allan Ricketts, Member_At-Large, Moody AFB (2017)

Gerry Rivard, Member-At-Large, Academic, GTRI (2018)

Larry Woods, Member-At-Large (2016)

Russ Caso, Member-At-Large (2018)

Michelle Henderson, Member-At-Large (2018)

Contact information on any of the above Board Members can be found under the "Leadership" tab above.

November 18, 2015

Space Breakfast

The Georgian Club

With over 50 members in attendance, the NDIA-GA chapter hosted a breakfast with members of the Georgia Space Community presenting a variety of topics.  For a full view of the presentation, simply view the meeting video below.

Video provided by www.thereallumberjack.com

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR BRONZE CORPORATE SPONSORS $250.00 DONATION LEVEL

This event is open to all who are interested in the defense of our nation and support of the industry that makes it possible.

DINNER – MONDAY, 8 February 2016

From 6:30 PM–9:00 PM – 6:30-7:00 networking time, 7:00 dinner.
The Georgia Tech institute Conference Center
250 14th St NW

Atlanta, GA 30318

The dinner is located in room 119

Parking garage is located next to the building

Sponsor: This event is being sponsored by Meggitt Training System

Cost: $25.00 - First 100 registrants…deadline for registration is 12:00 PM, 3 February.

NDIA-GEORGIA 2016 ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER

SPEAKER: The speaker for this event will be US Congressman Austin Scott, a member of the House Armed Services Committee.  With everything going on in the world of defense, including the budget, strategy, continued reduction in troop levels, and industry impacts, this will be a very interesting and informative presentation for anyone interested in the national defense. 

Representative Scott is in his third-term as the U.S. Representative for Georgia's Eighth Congressional District. Prior to his election to Congress 2010 he was a small business owner and spent 14 years in the Georgia state House, beginning with his first election 

at age 26.  He graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.B.A. in Risk Management and Insurance and owned and operated an insurance brokerage firm for nearly twenty years. He currently serves on the House Armed Services Committee where he is a member of the Oversight and Investigation Subcommittee and the Readiness Subcommittee.

AWARDS: The mission of the National Defense Industrial Association-Georgia Chapter is to advocate for the defense industry, promote our national security team, and provide a legal and ethical forum for exchange of information between industry and government on national security issues. In support of this mission each year the chapter selects people who have made outstanding contributions to national security and industry support within the State of Georgia.  This year, the NDIA-Georgia board of directors have chosen the following people or organizations as award recipients.

NDIA CITIZEN-SOLDIER AWARD – This award is the highest award given by NDIA-GA.  It recognizes the significant contributions made by the recipient to the long-term strategic posture of Georgia’s defense industrial base. The award is given to a Georgia citizen or to a Georgia company who has made an outstanding contribution toward increasing public awareness of and support for our national defense needs. – Recipient for 2015 is Mrs. Sheila McNeill of Brunswick, GA.

GENERAL JAMES OGELTHORPE SPACE AWARD – Space is a great opportunity for Georgia, and this award recognizes the significant contributions made during the previous year by the recipient who recognizes this opportunity of space and provides significant contributions to the space program within the state. – Recipient for 2015 is Mr. Steve Howard of St Marys, GA

GEORGIA SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD – This award recognizes the significant contributions made during the previous year by a Georgia small business to the long-term strategic posture of the defense industry in Georgia. – Recipient for 2015 is SpaceWorks Enterprises, Inc. of Atlanta, GA

NDIA VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD - This award recognizes the significant contributions made during the previous year by the recipient to the long-term strategic posture of NDIA-Georgia. The award is given to a NDIA-GA chapter member who has made an outstanding contribution to the overall success of the chapter. – Recipient for 2015 is Mr. Barry Page of C4S2 Global.

Important Details

Dinner will begin at 7:00 PM

Dress is coat and tie

Your questions/inquiries, please send email to: pacific6@bellsouth.net