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Dr. Mark J. Lewis will represent the AIAA this October along with European Aerospace Society Leaders. AIAA is partnering with the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) to organize a joint strategy session for professional societies at the Council of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS) Air and Space Conference, 26-29 October 2009 in Manchester, UK. The session will focus on matters of common interest, opportunities for closer collaboration, and an exchange of perspectives and concerns on strategic issues for the global aerospace community. AIAA's president-elect, Dr. Mark J. Lewis, and leaders of key European associations will participate. For more information visit the CEAS website: http://www.ceas2009.org/

AIAA website: www.aiaa.org

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