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aeronautical engineer

Daniel Clemens Sayre, American aeronautical engineer. Fellow Institute Aeronautical Sciences; member American Rocket Society.

Background

Sayre, Daniel Clemens was born on February 1, 1903 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Joel Grover and Nora (Clemens) Sayre.

Education

Graduate Columbus Academy, 1919. Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology.

Career

Organizer, director Boston Airport Corporation, 1925-1928. Instructor, later assistant professor aeronautical engineering Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1928-1932. Assistant, later associate editor Aviation Magazine, 1933-1939.

Aviation editor Newsweek magazine, 1934-1939. Director statistics and information, later chief safety regulations United States Civil Aeronautics Authority, 1939-1941. Organizer, department chairman aeronautical engineering Princeton, 1941-1951, appointed director James Forrestal Research Center, 1951.

Associate clean engineering, since 1955.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author articles professional and popular mags.

Membership

Fellow Institute Aeronautical Sciences. Member American Rocket Society.

Connections

Married Ann Hamilton, September 10, 1925.

father:
Joel Grover Sayre

mother:
Nora (Clemens) Sayre

spouse:
Ann Hamilton