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By David M. Potter
Based near Denver, Colorado, David Potter is a new technical writer here at Rockcrawler.com and is also the proud new owner of the Project TJ "Mad Cow.
is a genuine rocket engineer for Lockheed Martin
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By David Potter
...David PotterBased near Denver, Colorado, David Potter is a technical writer here at Rockcrawler.com and is also the proud owner of the Project TJ "Mad Cow."David is a genuine rocket engineer for Lockheed Martin and also owns XtremeVehicles.
Litex - Biographies - David S. Potter
Dr. David S. PotterBoard Member
...Dr. David S. PotterDirectorDr. Potter joined the Litex board in January 1997.Dr. Potter retired from General Motors Corporation (GM) in 1985 as vice president and group executive of GM's Power Products and Defense Group.He worked in various capacities at GM until 1973 when he was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy for research and development.From 1974 through 1976, he served as Under Secretary of the Navy before returning to GM as vice president-environmental staff.Dr. Potter serves as a trustee or advisor to a number of academic and public service organizations.He was a director and chairman of John Fluke Manufacturing Company of Everett, Wash., a director of Science Applications International Corporation of La Jolla, Calif. and a director of Sanders Associates, Inc. of Nashua, N.H.He also served as a director of Lockheed Corporation until 1995.He received a B.S. (1945) in physics from Yale University and a Ph.D. (1951) in physics from the University of Washington.Dr. Potter
received the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service in 1975 and the Distinguished Public Service Award from the U.S. Navy
was elected to the National Academy of Engineering
David S. Potter, PhD GM Defense Research Laboratories
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David S. Potter
David S. Potter
David S. Potter was United States Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research and Development) from 1973 to 1974 and Under Secretary of the Navy from 1974 to 1976.
After he left public service, Potter was a long-time executive at General Motors.