Common Atomics Aeronautical Programs, Inc. (GA-ASI) shall be inducted into Worldwide Air & Area Corridor of Fame throughout an occasion on the San Diego Air & Area Museum on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2023. The Museum is honoring GA-ASI for its celebrated historical past of growing and implementing unmanned plane programs (UAS) which have supported worldwide safety and protection for greater than three a long time.
Poway, Calif.-based GA-ASI is famend globally for its superior remotely piloted plane programs, notably the Predator® collection which incorporates the superior MQ-9A Reaper and MQ-9B SkyGuardian®. GA-ASI continues to innovate and improve its UAS capabilities, increasing its product lineup to incorporate extra variants and know-how. The corporate’s contributions to the sector of unmanned programs have considerably impacted navy operations and have paved the way in which for developments in civilian and business functions. Integrated in 1992, GA-ASI is an affiliate of Common Atomics, a diversified know-how and protection firm primarily based in San Diego, Calif.
GA-ASI headlines this yr’s class of Corridor of Fame inductees, which additionally contains William Shatner, Star Trek’s Captain James T. Kirk; Royce Williams, American aviator and Navy Cross recipient; Robert DeLaurentis, record-setting American aviator; and Jessica Meir, distinguished NASA astronaut, biologist and a pivotal member of the groundbreaking Artemis program, which intends to land the primary girl and subsequent man on the moon.
The San Diego Air & Area Museum will rejoice the inductees on Oct. 21 within the Edwin D. McKellar Pavilion of Flight. Friends from around the globe will assemble for a spectacular night of enjoyable and extraordinary recognition, as every visitor is handled to a behind-the-scenes look into the lives of those true air and house legends.
Since 1963, the Worldwide Air & Area Corridor of Fame has honored the world’s most vital pilots, crew members, visionaries, inventors, industry-leading corporations, aerospace engineers, aerospace industrialists, preservationists, designers and house explorers.
Tickets to this yr’s Corridor of Fame induction ceremony can be found on the Museum’s web site at http://sandiegoairandspace.org/calendar/occasion/2023-international-air-space-hall-of-fame-celebration. The Museum is positioned at 2001 Pan American Plaza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA 92101. Proceeds from the Worldwide Air & Area Corridor of Fame celebration profit the Museum’s youth teaching programs.