C. Donald Bateman, chief engineer of flight systems for Honeywell, and Louis B. Gratzer, spyroid designer for Aviation Partners and former Boeing chief of aerodynamics, have received Pathfinder Awards from the Museum of Flight in Seattle. Bateman was cited for his leadership in developing the ground proximity warning system and Gratzer for his work on blended winglets. Pathfinder Awards recognize individuals from the Northwest U.S. who have contributed to the development of aviation and ...

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