List of aerospace engineers

This is a list of notable aerospace engineers, people who were trained in or practiced aerospace engineering and design.
Chiba New Town
The Chiba New Town development was launched in the 1960s by the Chiba Prefecture of Japan and is located in the northern part of the prefecture, including parts of the cities of Funabashi, Shiroi, and Inzai. With an original target population of over 300
Hahn's Shoes
Hahn's Shoes was a Washington, DC area shoe store. It was founded in 1876 by William Hahn, who had arrived in the United States from Germany in 1868 at age 15. By 1890, there were three locations: 816 7th St, NW; 1922 Pennsylvania Ave, NW; and 231
Allied Master Chemists of Australia Limited (Amcal) is an Australian pharmacy retailer and was founded by Major General C. H. Simpson on 13 July 1937, starting a movement that was to greatly influence pharmacy in Australia. The founding group consisted of
Hess Shoe Store
N. Hess' Sons was a Baltimore, Maryland area shoe store founded in 1872. Privately held, it was acquired from the founding family by a German company in the late 1970s. At its peak in 1989 it had 32 stores, shrinking to 23 stores in 1994 in a conscious
Transport finance
Transport finance is the subject that explores how transport networks are paid for
William Walker McLellan
William Walker McLellan was born in Glasgow, Scotland. He came to the United States at the end of the nineteenth century, and began working at a department store in Newark, New Jersey. He became a manager of the first S. H. Kress store in Memphis
PRO Group
PRO Group, Inc. is a retailers' cooperative and distributors' cooperative with over $3 billion in annual sales. It has over 75 distributor-members serving thousands of independent retail stores, and is the largest wholesale marketing organization in the
U.S. AgBank
a U.S. AgBank, Farm Credit Bank based in Wichita, Kansas, was a financial institution, part of the Farm Credit System lending to Farm Credit Services organizations serving Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, eastern Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Mexico
Central Atlanta Progress
Central Atlanta Progress (CAP), founded in 1941, as the Central Area Improvement Association, is a private, not-for-profit corporation, chartered to plan and promote Atlanta's Central Area, that strives to create a robust economic climate for downtown
Gunnar Karlsson
Gunnar Karlsson was an Icelandic historian. Gunnar shaped methodological teaching at the University of Iceland when he started working there in the seventies and wrote a number of textbooks in history for all school levels as well as other publications