Jeffrey E. Bauer, an aerospace engineer and project manager at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center on Edwards Air Force Base, was honored recently by Unmanned Vehicle Systems International with its 2006 Catherine Fargeon Award for his leadership of the recently concluded Access 5 project. The award honored Bauer for "his personal commitment and contribution to promoting the insertion of unmanned aircraft systems into non-segregated airspace." Access 5 was a NASA-led consortium of several government agencies and private industry that facilitated the development of certification criteria for unmanned aircraft and procedures to allow them to operate safely in the same airspace with piloted aircraft. Bauer is currently a manager in Dryden's business development office.
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Photo #EC01-0110-1: JEFFREY E. BAUER, Project Manager, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center For more information about NASA Dryden Flight Research Center and its research projects, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/centers/dryden on the Internet.
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