Present or Most Recent Position: Flight Research Engineer (retired)
Fields: Physics, Aeronautics
Degrees and Schools: ME, School of Engineering and Applied Science, UCLA, 1979 MS, Physics, San Diego State College, 1964 AB, Occidental College, 1961
Statement on 9/11: "Bringing the truth of 9/11 to the population is extremely challenging. It is multifaceted. Both with the buildings and with the planes, the official versions clearly do not stand up -- yet doubt persists. Much more science and careful study is needed to narrow in on what did happen. If we ever do obtain a new investigation, this narrowed narrative will be needed to keep the investigators honest."
Additional Information: "My background includes Former Director for Research Engineering, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, and Director for Aerospace Projects (ret.), NASA Dryden Flight Research Center. My awards include the NASA Exceptional Service Award (1988), and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA): Wright Brothers Lectureship Award (1986)."
Website: 7 Problems with Building 7
The Pentagon 757 Presented at 9/11: Advancing the Truth 9/11 Commemoration Conference, 2013, Washington, DC September 14-15, 2013 Pentagon City, VA