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1966 50Th Class Reunion Recently, the Class of ’66 returned to campus to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University had the privilege of hosting 15 aerospace class members during the three-day event. The group was treated to tours of the Vehicle, Systems and Control Laboratory, the Materials and Structures lab, the basement wind tunnels, as well as visiting the lab where 402 students were finishing their capstone design projects. Graduate students and faculty members took the opportunity to explain their various research projects and course work.

After the tours, Dr. Rodney Bowersox, department head, hosted a luncheon for the members with current students. Bowersox presented his vision for the department, while students were able to share what they were doing in the classroom and beyond with the former students.