AEEC’s Trumbull Award is presented to an airline/cargo representative that has made an outstanding contribution to the work of the Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee (AEEC) by his or her leadership in the development of ARINC Standards and/or related AEEC activities.
The award is named in honor of Austin Trumbull, a United Airlines Engineer that led the development of avionics installation standards widely used in commercial and military aircraft. Austin Trumbull "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." ARINC 404 was first published in 1940 and was renamed Austin Trumbull Radio (ATR) Racking in 1967 by a unanimous act of the AEEC. Austin Trumbull received what would become the first Trumbull Award.
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