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- Summer 13
Mini Maker Faire, Reciprocal Admission, NS Savannah Field Trip
- Spring 13
Collections Corner: AN/CRT-3 Transmitter, Robot Fest, Staff Spotlight
- Winter 13
Volunteer Spotlight, Message from the President, Collections Corner: SCR-299
- Fall 12
Scenes from around the Museum, What is it?, The 2012 International Microwave Symposium
- Winter 12
Vacuum Tube History,New Board President,In Memoriam - Bill Thompson and Gary Ryan.
- Fall 11
MTT-S Microwave Symposium,TIROS,In Memoriam - Noel Peterson and Ted Saad.
- Summer 11
STEM outline,USS John Brown, NEM welcomes Lena Harding, TAM-5.
- Spring 11
Robot month,ESSA exhibit, Micro-miniature TV, Vibra-bots, Museum store.
- Winter 10
AN/SPG-55 arrives,Volunteers 2009, NEM welcomes new board members, YESS roundup.
- Summer 10
NEM says goodbye to Stan Lebar, 2010 RobotFest, XAF base moves outside.
- Spring 10
XAF update, volunteer spotlight, oral history recap, views of big winter storm.
- Summer 09
Pioneer Camp pictures, temporary exhibit to honor Francis Gary Powers, electronic music comes to NEM, Stitzer reports from IEEE symposium, meet the scholarship winners, volunteer spotlight.
- Spring 09
US Navy radars coming to museum, meet the new staff, Robotfest 2009 a huge success, plans for new gallery are complete.
- Summer Fall 08
Museum announces name change, NEM celebrates NASA and Sir Jagadis Chandra Bose, hosts Second Annual Pioneer Camp.
- Spring 08
Museum dedicates the Giant Wurzburg, Robotfest, XAF arrives.
- Fall 07
Roland Anders looks back on his first year as BOD president, the 2007 Robert Dwight scholarships are announced and the museum receives a big face lift.
- Summer 07
Another historically significant radar is headed to the National Electronics Museum, the XAF, the first USN shipboard radar. The museum hosted the first Pioneer Camp for kids 8-10 years of age.
- Spring 07
The National Electronics Museum launches the redesign of the
Fundamentals Gallery, Roland Anders assumes the mantel of President,
and the museum announces the hiring of a new Assistant Director and an
Education and Outreach Director.
- Fall 06
The National Electronics Museum announces the winners of the 2006
Robert Dwight Scholarships in this issue. The Wurzburg radar antenna
begins its journey across the country and Steve Stitzer ends his third
and final term as President of HEM.
- 06/1/06 - Reflections, Spring 2006, Volume 16 Issue 1
In this issue HEM announces the acquisition of the FuG65 Wurzburg Reise or Giant Wurzburg radar antenna, Ted Foster recaps the 2005 Young Engineers and Scientist Seminars, and we remember H. Warren Cooper.
- 10/1/05 - Reflections, Fall 2005, Volume 15 Issue 2
Learn how scientists in 1955 envisioned life in 2005 as Steve Stitzer reviews a back issue of Modern Electronics. The saga of the museum's TPS-43 is told as we track the amazing changes to the outside of the museum.
- 12/1/05 - Reflections, Winter 2005, Volume 15 Issue 1
In this issue we welcome our new Director and Assistant Director. The feature article takes look back on the successes of the 2004 YESS seminar.