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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, February 14, 1980-Page 5

Our engineers and scientists are currently working on the
coordination of some space systems which won't go into
production until 2001. We are planning how to move major
drawing board to reality - even though completion may be

projects from the
25 years away.

The Aerospace Corporation is
a technical consultant to the
U.S. Government, primarily
the Air Force.
This unique status gives our engineers
and scientists an overview of the entire
aerospace industry. Our primary
mission is to provide general systems
engineering and integration for
national security related projects. We
have been involved in over 60% of all
U.S. space launches in the past decade.
The Aerospace staff includes over 1800
engineers and scientists, of which one-
third hold Masters level degrees, and
one in four, Doctorates.
Knowledge from space
technologies is applied to urgent
national security related
problems.
We actively seek individuals with
advanced degrees in engineering,
physical and materials sciences,
physical chemistry, math and computer
science.
Individuals assigned to our projects are
recruited from a wide range of

The Aerospace Corporation
career development program
resembles a graduate school
curriculum.
Our staff, composed of distinguished
engineering and scientific experts,
provides an on-going professional
dialogue for your career development.
We also enhance your work with our
297,000 item library, graduate courses,
visiting lecturers, and full tuition
reimbursement programs.
Interviews on campus

Wednesday,

February 20

At the Career
Placement Office
or send your resume to:
Professional Placement Dept. MDI
P.O. Box 92957
Los Angeles, California 90009
-AThe
Aerospace

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