Space Stations Collier Trophy
The International Space Station was the recipient of the 2009 Robert J. Collier Trophy on Thursday, May 13, 2010, in Arlington, Va. Deputy Administrator Lori Garver, fourth from left accepted the Collier Trophy on behalf of NASA. The ISS Team nomination consisted NASA and representatives of the following corporations: The Boeing Company, Charles Stark Draper Labs, Honeywell Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, United Space Alliance, and United Technologies Corporation.
Seen from left are: Virginia Barnes, President and CEO, United Space Alliance; Alain Bellemare, President, United Technologies/Hamilton Sunstrand; James Crocker, Vice President and General Manager, Sensing & Exploration, Lockheed-Martin; Lori Garver; Wayne Boyne, Chairman of the National Aeronautic Association; Jonathan Gaffney, President, National Aeronautic Association; Jim Albaugh, Executive Vice President of The Boeing Company, President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Dennis Muilenberg, Executive Vice President, The Boeing Company, President and CEO, Beoing Defense, Space and Security; James Shields, President and CEO, Draper Laboratory and Dave Douglas, Vice President, Space, Missiles and Munitions, Honeywell.
Image Credit: NASA/Carla Cioffi