NATIONAL PANEL OF SPECIAL ADVISERS

November, 1968

SCIENCE
Dr. James C. Bartlett, Jr., astronomy, Baltimore, Maryland
Mr. Jack Brotsman, physics, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.
Dr. Hugh S. Brown, M.D., Spokane, Washington
Dr. Kenneth E. Bryan, meteorology, Memphis, Tennessee
Dr. Robert L. Hall, Head, Dept. of Sociology & Social Psychology, University of Illinois, Chicago
Dr. Jamison R. Harrison, engineering physics, Bedford, Massachusetts
Mr. Henry C. Kawecki, physical analysis, Fleetwood, Pennsylvania
Dr. Fulton Koehler, Inst. of Technology, Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Minnesota
Prof. N.N. Kohanowski, geology, University of North Dakota
Dr. Magoroh Maruyama, consultant in anthropology & social psychology, Berkeley, California
Mr. Frank G. Rawlinson, physics, NASA Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland
Mr. Arthur H. Sorensen, research geologist, Wallace, Idaho
Mr. Walter N. Webb, astronomy, Charles Hayden Planetarium, Boston, Massachusetts
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AERONAUTICS & SPACE
Capt. C.S. Chiles, Eastern Airlines pilot, New York City
Mr. George W. Earley, administrative engineer, major aerospace firm, Connecticut
Mr. Samuel Freeman, past president National Aviation Trades Assoc., Bedminster, New Jersey
Mr. Morton Gerla, past director N.Y. Chapter, American Rocket Society, Jamaica, New York
Capt. R.B. McLaughlin, USN, missile expert, Corona, California
Maj. John F. McLeod, USAFR, former Air Force pilot, Civil Air Patrol, Jacksonville,
Florida
Capt. William B. Nash, Pan American Airways pilot, Frankfurt, Germany
Mr. W.R. Peters, former Pan American Airways pilot, Coral Gables, Florida
Mr. L.D. Sheridan, Jr, former Marine Corps pilot, Ponte Vedra, Florida
Lt. Col. Howard H. Strand, Mich. Air National Guard, Command Pilot
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ENGINEERING
Mr. Norman S. Bean, radio electronics, Miami, Florida
Mr. A.L. Cochran, electronics, Richardson, Texas
Mr. Donald H. Edman, electronics-radar, Chesapeake Beach, Maryiand
Dr. Fred C. Fair, professor emeritus of engineering, New York University
Mr. William H. Hall, electronics. (10 ycars aviation), Wheaton, Maryland
Mr. Robert F. Morse, Brandt & Morse Consulting Engineers, Richmond, Virginia
Mr. Delbert C. Newhouse, former Naval Aviation Photographer, Coronado, California
Mr. J.R. Reiss, research engineer, Lakewood, Ohio
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NEWS & PUBLIC RELATIONS
Mr. James C. Beatty, civil defense & Ground Observer Corps, Cathedral City, California
Mr. Albert M. Chop, NASA public information officer, California
Mr. Lou Corbin, Chief,  WFBR News Bureau, Baltimore, Maryland
Mr. Lee R. Munsick, news and radio, Morristown, New Jersey
Mr. Leonard H. Stringfield, public relations, Ground Observer Corps, Cincinnati, Ohio

SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS INCREASED -1969
NICAP is taking steps to enlarge the National Panel of Special Advisers, and to involve more professional scientists in study of UFOs and rebuttal of the Condon Report. The following have recently agreed to serve ag NICAP Advisers:

Dr. William S. Bickel, physicist, University of Arizona
Mr. Alan C. Holt, experimental specialist, NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston
Dr. Roger W. Wescott, Chairman, Dept. of Anthropology, Drew University, N.J.
Mr. Roger L. Guay (M.S., Physics), Infrared Technician, The Boeing Co., Seattle, Wash.
Dr. Norman S. Wolf, radiation biologist, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash.
Dr. Frank B. Salisbury, Head, Plant Science Dept., Utah State Univ., Logan, Utah
Dr. Darell B. Harmon, Jr., Deputy Program Mgr., McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Co.,  Santa Monica, Calif.
Dr. Charles Gaston, space & atmospheric sciences, IBM, Wheaton, Maryland
Mr. Julius L. Benton, Jr., (M.S., Biology), Armstrong State College, Savannah, Ga.
Dr. Robert H. Williams, radiation chemistry, Mobil Research & Dev. Corp., Princeton, N.J.
Dr. John P. Guarino, physical chemistry, Mobil Research & Dev., Princeton, N.J.

 
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