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TAG: GPS history

On April 2, 2020 a new exhibit will open focusing on the U.S. Air Force role in the management of GPS satellite systems. (Artist's concept: USAF)

GPS exhibit opens soon at U.S. Air Force museum

March 6, 2020

From left: Lord John Browne, Richard Schwartz, HRH The Prince of Wales, Bradford Parkinson, Hugo Fruehauf, Anna Marie Spilker at the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering ceremony at Buckingham Palace, December 3, 2019. (Photo: Jason Aldean)

GPS pioneers honored with Queen’s award at Buckingham Palace

December 3, 2019

NASA 60th anniversary logo

GPS Innovation Alliance celebrates NASA’s 60th anniversary

November 7, 2018

Photo: U.S. Navy

How Gladys West uncovered the ‘Hidden Figures’ of GPS

March 19, 2018

Image: GPS World

The day GPS went away

September 6, 2017

Photo: Rockwell Collins

First GPS signal received 40 years ago this month

July 19, 2017

Image: GPS World

Team Schriever celebrates GPS heritage

February 23, 2016

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Image: GPS World

Happy 20th Anniversary, GPS!

April 24, 2015

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