AEEC GS Trumbull Award Nomination

Deadline: February 28, 2020

The AEEC Trumbull Award is given annually to an airline employee who has made an outstanding contribution to the work of the Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee by his or her leadership in the development of ARINC Standards or for other related activities.

The award is named in honor of Austin Trumbull, an engineer working for United Airlines, who "developed the concept into its final form, made the original drawings, and consummated the follow-up work to make it a successful and acceptable Standard" for ARINC 404 which was renamed Austin Trumbull Radio (ATR) Racking. ARINC 404 was first published in 1940 and was renamed in 1967 by a unanimous act of the AEEC. Austin Trumbull received what would become the first Trumbull Award.

Certainly you know a deserving individual within the airline community. Please nominate your candidate without delay.

Candidate Information:
Your Information:
Provide a brief biography (about 150 words or less), and rationale for your candidate to be selected - uppermost would be identification of the AEEC project(s) in which the candidate was involved, their contribution to the project(s) and the value of the products produced. Any other information which supports the nomination may also be included. Personal data, such as education/degrees, number of years in the industry, previous corporate affiliations, positions held and other information for inclusion in the citation is helpful. Former airline employees may be recognized for work performed while they were employed by an airline.

Staff Contact

Paul Prisaznuk 
AEEC Executive Secretary
[email protected]

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