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09:51, 26 September 2016 IEEE Ethics History Timelines.docx (file) 21 KB Welden This is another update and is considered ready for publishing not as a Draft. Updates, though, are invited at any time. 3
09:09, 16 September 2016 1989 IEEE Board of Directors 3941.jpg (file) 979 KB Administrator1   2
10:48, 13 September 2016 Sage control consoles 4426.jpg (file) 1.07 MB Administrator1   1
10:00, 13 September 2016 2003 IEEE Regional Activities Board 6184-001.jpg (file) 1.18 MB Administrator1   1
09:59, 13 September 2016 2000 IEEE Regional Activities Board 6178-001.jpg (file) 1.27 MB Administrator1   1
14:25, 12 September 2016 1996 IEEE Board of Directors 3955.jpg (file) 847 KB Administrator1   1
13:05, 12 September 2016 2002 IEEE Board of Directors 6192-001.jpg (file) 1.39 MB Administrator1   1
13:04, 12 September 2016 2013 IEEE Board of Directors 6191-001.jpg (file) 1.17 MB Administrator1   1
13:04, 12 September 2016 2011 IEEE Board of Directors 6190-001.jpg (file) 1.29 MB Administrator1   1
13:03, 12 September 2016 2010 IEEE Board of Directors 6189-001.jpg (file) 1.05 MB Administrator1   1
13:03, 12 September 2016 2005 IEEE Board of Directors 6188-001.jpg (file) 1.16 MB Administrator1   1
13:02, 12 September 2016 2004 IEEE Board of Directors 6187-001.jpg (file) 1.28 MB Administrator1   1
13:02, 12 September 2016 2003 IEEE Board of Directors 6186-001.jpg (file) 1.22 MB Administrator1   1
13:01, 12 September 2016 2000 IEEE Board of Directors 6180-001.jpg (file) 1.23 MB Administrator1   1
13:00, 12 September 2016 1985 IEEE Board of Directors 5294.jpg (file) 975 KB Administrator1   2
12:55, 12 September 2016 1981 IEEE Board of Directors 1793(1).jpg (file) 699 KB Administrator1   1
12:54, 12 September 2016 1990 IEEE Board of Directors 3940.jpg (file) 983 KB Administrator1   1
12:52, 12 September 2016 1995 IEEE Board of Directors 3942.jpg (file) 795 KB Administrator1   1
12:52, 12 September 2016 1994 IEEE Board of Directors 3945.jpg (file) 819 KB Administrator1   1
12:51, 12 September 2016 1999 IEEE Board of Directors 3946.jpg (file) 841 KB Administrator1   1
12:51, 12 September 2016 1998 IEEE Board of Directors 3948.jpg (file) 928 KB Administrator1   1
12:50, 12 September 2016 1987 IEEE Board of Directors 3950.jpg (file) 513 KB Administrator1   1
12:50, 12 September 2016 1993 IEEE Board of Directors 3951.jpg (file) 895 KB Administrator1   1
12:45, 12 September 2016 1991 IEEE Board of Directors 3953.jpg (file) 642 KB Administrator1   1
12:44, 12 September 2016 1997 IEEE Board of Directors 3954.jpg (file) 960 KB Administrator1   1
12:40, 12 September 2016 1983 IEEE Board of Directors 5407-001.jpg (file) 1.28 MB Administrator1   1
11:33, 7 September 2016 EEPROM-Milestone(21Aug12) Berg-Harari-Day.jpg (file) 181 KB Administrator4   1
07:43, 6 September 2016 BletchleyPark(12-June-16)(BrianBerg,R6-MilestoneCoordinator).jpg (file) 4.38 MB Administrator4   1
13:59, 2 September 2016 CSIT Final 1Apr2015 DNedits-2.pdf (file) 344 KB Welden This provides the history of development of IEEE's 1974 Code of Ethics. One camp wanted to just discipline violators, another camp wanted to provided ethical support in addition. Both were incorporated into a new Member Conduct Committee in 1978. 1
12:55, 2 September 2016 Historical Debates Developing, Enforcing and Supporting IEEE's 1974 Code of Ethics.pdf (file) 344 KB Welden A look back in history of the debates which occurred before IEEE's 1974 Code of Ethics was adopted. During this, there were some who only wanted to discipline for violations of the Code, others on the otherhand felt that engineers trying to uphold the... 1
12:47, 2 September 2016 Herzenberg-Ethical Harassment in the Sciences Field.pdf (file) 131 KB Welden Physicist Herzenberg discusses the practice of "ethical harassment" in the sciences and engineering fields and explains how it is similar to sexual harassment in the workplace. She cites "ethical harassment" being defined first by Walter Elden in an IE... 1
10:26, 2 September 2016 Elden - Restore IEEE's Ability to Privide Ethics Advice and Ethical Support.jpg (file) 269 KB Welden My Letter to the Editor, published in the September 2016 print issue of The Institute. 1
10:24, 2 September 2016 The Institute - September 2016 Banner.jpg (file) 38 KB Welden The banner for the September 2016 issue of The Institute. 1
20:03, 23 August 2016 1952ChevroletStylelineDeluxe2DoorSedan-jun22b.jpg (file) 23 KB Lucasmsp File uploaded with MsUpload 1
14:39, 19 August 2016 Ampex-VR1000-VTR.jpg (file) 319 KB Administrator1   1
13:07, 9 August 2016 02wtiTechHistoryf2-1391189966452-1-.jpg (file) 99 KB Welden   1
13:00, 9 August 2016 115. Armstrong FRC.jpg (file) 3.83 MB Davidboslaugh The Neil A. Armstrong Flight Research Center in 2016. The original High Speed Flight Station is at center, and the buildings below it are extensions built over the years. Cover of the March 2014 Neil A. Armstrong FRC X-PRESS News Letter 1
12:56, 9 August 2016 114. Hi Hos.jpg (file) 1.02 MB Davidboslaugh Neil Armstrong, center, was the leader of the High Speed Flight Station’s “Hi Hos” singing group. This writer is second from left, singing tenor. From HSFS X-PRESS newsletter Dec 1956 1
10:47, 9 August 2016 113. Bill Dana.jpg (file) 688 KB Davidboslaugh Flight Research Center test pilot William H. Dana at far right made some of the F-107 test flights in support of this writer’s project, and also made the last flight of the X-15 program. He made two X-15 flights above 50 miles altitude, qualifying hi... 1
10:43, 9 August 2016 112. Michael Adams X-15 crash site.jpg (file) 65 KB Davidboslaugh The main part of the X-15-3 fuselage after the 15 November 1957 loss of Major Michael J. Adams. This time the plane was unrepairable, and recovered components were buried at an undisclosed location on the Edwards Air Force Base reservation. NASA photo 1
10:38, 9 August 2016 111. X-15 W scramjet.jpg (file) 295 KB Davidboslaugh X-15A-2 about to drop from the mother B-52 with external tanks and dummy scramjet engine attached. The scramjet is the cylindrical shaped object attached to the ventral fin stub. A white protective layer covers the ablative coating material. NASA photo 1
10:34, 9 August 2016 110. John B. McKay.jpg (file) 104 KB Davidboslaugh Flight Research Center test pilot John B. McKay and X-15-3 in which he made his astronaut qualification flight. NASA photo 1
10:28, 9 August 2016 109. X-15A-2 jpg.jpg (file) 16 KB Davidboslaugh The new configuration of X-15A-2. In addition to a 28-inch fuselage lengthening, changes included: A. cockpit canopy was fitted with oval windows to better withstand heat expansions, B. two external propellant drop tanks, and C. rear skid strut extende... 1
10:24, 9 August 2016 108. X-15 Crash at Mud Lake.jpg (file) 174 KB Davidboslaugh X-15-2 after its crash at Mud Lake, Nevada on 9 November 1962. Thanks to its steel and titanium construction, the plane could be rebuilt, but pilot Jack McKay eventually fared worse, passing away prematurely at the age of 52, attributed to injuries fro... 1
10:21, 9 August 2016 107. Armstrong X-15.jpg (file) 283 KB Davidboslaugh Neil Armstrong with hand on the Q-ball airflow direction sensor. Two reaction control system jet orifices can be seen behind the Q-ball housing. NASA photo 1
10:17, 9 August 2016 106. X-15-3 Explosion.jpg (file) 145 KB Davidboslaugh X-15-3 after its explosion on the rocket engine test stand. What is left of the aft section can be seen still confined in the steel retaining clamp. The XLR99 engine was found not to be the culprit, however it was destroyed. NASA photo 1
10:14, 9 August 2016 105. XLR-99.jpg (file) 145 KB Davidboslaugh The Reaction Motors, Inc. XLR99 rocket engine, capable of 57,00 pounds of thrust. It could be throttled from 30% to full thrust by varying the speed of the propellant pump, and could be restarted a number of times in flight. US Air Force photo 1
15:14, 8 August 2016 104. X-15 Rosamond Lake.jpg (file) 104 KB Davidboslaugh November 5th 1959, the results of Scotty Crossfield’s emergency landing on Rosamond Dry Lake. Despite the appearance of the damage, X-15-2 was repaired in 30 days and was flying again two months after that. NASA photo 1
15:11, 8 August 2016 103. X-15 First Powered.jpg (file) 61 KB Davidboslaugh X-15-1 in one of its first powered drops. NASA photo 1
15:06, 8 August 2016 102. Marian & F-104.jpg (file) 748 KB Davidboslaugh Marian the librarian and an Air Force F-104. Photo by the author 2
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