ASRC Employee Elected as AIAA Associate Fellow

Paul Douglas, a spacecraft navigator at ASRC Aerospace, has been elected an associate fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, ASRC announced Monday.

Douglas was inducted AIAA’s aerospace sciences meeting in Nashville, Tenn. on Monday.

Douglas is credited with founding the Journal of Space Operations & Communicator, a peer-reviewed technical publication which is supported by the AIAA’s space operations and support technical committee.

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