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Clayton Winfield Scott

Clayton Winfield Scott, American engineer. Member American Security Council, 1984.; Member Institute Aeronautical Sciences, Engineering Society New England.

Background

  • Scott, Clayton Winfield was born on June 28, 1912 in Brockton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Harvey Winfield and Julia Margretta (Mallery) Scott. Bachelor of Business Administration in Engineering, Northeastern University, 1945, Bachelor of Science, 1974.

    Design engineer Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, 1948-1950, Philadelphia Naval Yard, 1950-1955, United States Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey, 1955-1956.

  • Education

    • Test-evaluation engineer General Electric Company, Small Aircraft Engine department, West Lynn, Massachusetts, 1956-1958. General engineer United States Army Ordnance Arsenal, Metuchin, New Jersey, 1959-1963, United States Army Letterkenny department, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, 1963-1964. Aerospace engineer Naval Plant Republican Office, Bethpage, New York, 1964-1966.

      Aerospace development engineer United States Air Force Plant Republican Office, Wilmington, Massachusetts, 1966-1972. Electrical engineer Raytheon Company, Bedford, Massachusetts, 1972, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, 1972-1974. Industrial engineer Defense Contract Administration, Wayland, Massachusetts, since 1974.

    Works

    • Author: Handbook for Preparation of Technical Manuscripts, 1963, Handbook for Illustrating Technical Manuscripts, 1963, How to Visit and Cherish Hawaii, 1979. Composer, lyricist album: Six Faces to Hawaii Plus Two, 1979.

    Membership

    Member American Security Council, 1984. Member Institute Aeronautical Sciences, Engineering Society New England. Clubs: United States Naval Aero (S. Weymouth, Massachusetts).

    Personality

    Interests

    Airplane piloting; athletics. Surfboarding.

    Connections

    • father: Harvey Winfield Bachelor of Business Administration
    • mother: Julia Margretta (Mallery) Scott. Bachelor of Business Administration
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    Died December 5, 2007
    (aged 95)
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