The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 05.03.1971, Blaðsíða 4

The White Falcon - 05.03.1971, Blaðsíða 4
Paqe 4 THE WHITE FALCON March 5. 1971 Air Force SSgt. Joseph Wilier demonstrates a piece of equipment to students from the Technical School of Hafnarfjordur, during their tour of PMEL on February 25. Technical students visit PMEL to observe lab's precision skills Students fromthe Technical School of Hafnarfjordur visited the Air Force Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL) on February 25. NEC to give all test results Complete examination results will be given by the Naval Exam- ination Center starting February 1971. These results will include advancement authority, allowing commands to effect advancements onthe allowed date with no delay. Corrections or changes of ad- dress mailed to the Naval Exam Center will be processed on a daily basis to allow crows to be sewn on quicker. Then they will be mailed to the individual's command within two days, cutting down on time-consuming, mis- directed mail. Jr. class to hold car wash The group of 55 students from given an orientation tour of the laboratory where PMEL calibrates equipment used by the NATO base. Guided tours were conducted through the dust free working areas by SMSgt. Donald Gerbracht, TSgt. James Nolan and SSgt. Joseph Wilier. The tours were high- lighted by basic experiments in calibration. In one experiment the students were shown the relationship be- tween altitude and the boiling point of water. Water was made to boil at room temperature by removing the air from a water- filled glass container, creating an equivalent altitude of 75,000 feet. Another demonstration of qual- ity control of smooth surfaces was also given. With the use of a special helium light, metal surfaces were tested by passing a high quality prism over the surface of the metal. If the surface of the metal is irregular, spectrum like lines that appear in the glass will become warped. Electronic counters, wave an- alyzers, and humidity control de- vices were also part of the ori- entation. various engineering fields were The junior class of A.T. Mahan will hold a car wash from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 6, at the car rack. The cost will be $2 for a complete wash, inside and outsid or $1.75 for just outside. All patronage will be appre ated by the entire junior class de^^^ USIS director addresses U-of-M class GUEST SPEAKER - Robert W.Garri- ty, director of the U.S. Infor- mation Service i n I c eld nd, speaks to the American Gov- ernment class of the U-of-M. U-of-M Professor C. P. Garver invited Mr .Gar- rity to speak to. the class part of a coi tinuing progr. for guest lee tures. to^^. • arn^^^


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