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AEDC engineer receives national honor

Posted 3/13/2014   Updated 3/17/2014 Email story   Print story

    


by Raquel March
Arnold Engineering Development Complex Public Affairs


3/13/2014 - ARNOLD AIR FORCE BASE, TENN. -- Dr. Donald Malloy, a licensed professional engineer in the U.S. Air Force's Arnold Engineering Development Complex Test Operations Division, was selected as the Air Force Materiel Command Federal Engineer of the Year and one of the top 10 federal engineers of the year for 2014.

He was honored at the Federal Engineer of the Year Award ceremony on Feb. 20, 2014, at the Washington, D.C., National Press Club, hosted by the National Society of Professional Engineers.

The award is the only one of its kind to recognize exceptional engineers in the federal government at the national level. Engineers who are selected for the honor have made contributions such as maintaining power stability and efficiency of vital infrastructure, providing airfield and weapons expertise to support military operations, or instructing the future generations of military civil engineers.

Malloy is the aerodynamics analysis lead engineer at the Complex and provides leadership for multiple defense programs and provides high quality solutions to warfighters worldwide. His expertise extends to the areas of propulsion integration, weapons separation, and aerodynamic and aerothermal analysis and evaluation.

Malloy's responsibilities include integrated test team development across the AFMC's Air Force Test Center and support for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Science and Technology Organization Applied Vehicle Technology Task Group on Reliable Prediction of Separated Flow Onset and Progression for Air Vehicles.

He also contributes his expertise to chairing and participating in multiple professional engineering committees and advisory groups and assisting young professionals.



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