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Capt. Gary A. Dahlke

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Company Description: Spaceport Rocketry Association, Inc. (SRA) is the premier rocketry organization serving the Space Coast for over 40 years. Highlights include demonstrations at the...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Captain
    Civil Air Patrol
  • Aerospace Education Officer for Group 4 and Deputy Director
    AE for Florida Wing
  • Aeronautical Scientist
    NASA
  • Engineer
    NASA
  • AFSPC-FC

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Kennedy

Education

  • Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Bachelor of Science degree
  • Masters of Aeronautical Science degree
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Web References
SRA Organization and History
www.spaceportrocketry.org, 17 Oct 2014 [cached]
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AFSPC-FC (FL) - Civil Air Patrol - US Air Force Auxiliary
www.afspc.org, 9 Mar 2013 [cached]
Capt. Gary A. Dahlke serves as Aerospace Education Officer for Group 4, and Deputy Director of AE for Florida Wing. Capt. Dahlke joined Civil Air Patrol in October 2002, primarily as a result of having been asked to give a guest presentation to CAP cadets at Patrick AFB as part of the Air Force Space Command Familiarization Course. The experience left such an impression on him that he was motivated to join CAP.
Capt. Dahlke is an Air Force veteran, having served nearly eight years on active duty in the fields of Ballistic Missile Maintenance and Command and Control. He also has over four years of active participation in the Air Force Reserve.
Capt. Dahlke's entire civilian career has been spent in the aerospace industry. Upon receiving his bachelor's degree, he was hired by Martin Marietta (now Lockheed Martin) Astronautics Group of Denver, Colorado to perform payload integration activities for the Titan IV launch vehicle. In 1992 he relocated to Brevard County, Florida and has worked on the Space Shuttle program ever since. His past assignments have included Solid Rocket Booster Refurbishment Engineering and Flight Crew Training. His current assignment is Spacecraft Systems Engineer on Orbiter Vehicle 105 (Endeavour).
He is an amateur astronomer, having completed 11 undergraduate credits hours of general astronomy and is a member of the Kennedy Space Center Amateur Astronomers. Capt. Dahlke also builds and flies large scale rockets in his spare time.
AFSPC-FC (FL) - Civil Air Patrol - US Air Force Auxiliary
www.afspc.org, 23 April 2014 [cached]
Capt. Gary Dahlke, CAP ada@afspc.org
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Speaker: Gary Dahlke - ...
clubs.gtalumni.org, 9 Oct 2013 [cached]
Speaker: Gary Dahlke - Aeronautical Scientist, NASA Bio: Gary Dahlke grew up in southwest Florida near the town of Ft. Myers. Upon graduation from high school he entered the U. S. Air Force working in the fields of ballistic missile maintenance, and command and control. After leaving the Air Force he attended Embry Riddle Aeronautical University where he was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in 1989.
After college, Martin Marietta Astronautics Group in Denver, Colorado hired Gary to perform payload integration activities on the Titan IV launch vehicle. In 1992, he came to Brevard County and was hired by United Technologies to work on the Space Shuttle solid rocket booster (SRB) program.
While working in the SRB program he completed coursework in graduate studies at Embry Riddle and was awarded a Masters of Aeronautical Science degree in 2000. He worked for NASA in Houston at the Johnson Space Center assigned to flight crew training, and later at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida with United Space Alliance, assigned to orbiter mechanical systems engineering for the Space Shuttle. In October 2010 Gary completed work on preparing the orbiter Endeavour for its final trip into space and is now under contract to NASA to provide training to engineers on small rocket projects at KSC. He has also served as mentor to teams participating in NASA’s University Student Launch Initiative.
Gary is the recipient of the Air Force Achievement Medal for meritorious service, and numerous other military decorations. He was awarded the Total Quality Management Team Award for his work on the Titian IV program, and the KSC Continuous Improvement Team Award for work on the shuttle's SRBs. He is also the author of two published technical papers by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies.
Gary is a life member of the Air Force Association and is actively involved with the National Association of Rocketry and the Air Force Auxiliary. He enjoys water skiing, astronomy, and flying large-scale high-power rockets in his spare time.
miaminewtimes.com | Calendar | Cluckin' Good Time | 2005-06-16
www.miaminewtimes.com [cached]
Scintillating speaker and NASA engineer Gary Dahlke will take a giant leap to discuss manned explorations to the moon and Mars; the future of the space shuttle, the Hubble, and the International Space Station; and highlights from the current space probes.
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