Opinion: Government, University Commitments Keys To Aerospace Engineering

In 1911, just eight years after the Wright brothers’ first flight, a precocious Pole named Felix Pawlowski arrived in the U.S. with a dream of becoming an aeronautical engineer. His efforts to obtain work at the Wrights’ factory in Dayton, Ohio, were unsuccessful, so he applied for a post as a...

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