Alpha Space to Attend the 2016 National Space & Missile Materials Symposium (NSMMS)

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The 2016 National Space & Missile Materials Symposium (NSMMS), being held June 20 – 23, 2016, in Westminster, CO, brings together the Nation’s technology leaders to review the critical challenges of materials, processing, and manufacturing for space, missile, and hypersonic systems. System engineers, designers, scientists, researchers, managers, and senior leaders will be in attendance from the joint services, NASA, DOE, academia, and industry. The government’s active participation in this event helps provide direction to our senior leaders, research scientists and engineers in the industry, in order to keep our capabilities internationally competitive and our defense systems the best in the world. Alpha Space will have a Speaker at the symposium and will have a booth. Come visit Alpha Space on the exhibit floor!

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