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Research engineer

Terry Neil Long, American research engineer. Named Kentucky Colonel State of Kentucky, 1990; grantee National Science Foundation, 1989.


Long, Terry Neil was born on November 9, 1954 in Biloxi, Mississippi, United States. Son of Ted Courtney and Faye LaRue (Morris) Long.


Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Tennessee Technological University, 1977. Master of Science in Engineering, University Alabama, Huntsville, 1981.


Engineer, Teledyne Brown Engineering, Huntsville, 1977-1978;design engineer, American Data Corporation, Huntsville, 1978-1979;research engineer, Georgia Institute of Technology Engineering Experiment Station, Huntsville, 1979-1982;research engineer, U. Alabama, Huntsville, 1982-1986;applied research program manager, U. Alabama, Huntsville, 1986-1988;research institute associate director, senior research engineer, U. Alabama, Huntsville, since 1988. Member several committees, U. Alabama, Huntsville, since 1982.


Board directors Historic Huntsville Foundation, since 1994. Committee member Huntsville Greenways Citizen Advisory Committee, 1992-1993. Member numerous civic organizations, since 1977.

Member American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (committee member on national missle system technical committee since 1991), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, Association of Old Crows, Rotary International, Wheeler Yacht Club, Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of C. (economic development point of contact since 1985), Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Kappa Mu Epsilon.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, racquetball, photography, sailing, running.


Married Patricia Anne Washburn, December 19, 1975.

Ted Courtney Long

Faye LaRue (Morris) Long

Patricia Anne Washburn