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NASA and FAA Vet Terry Thompson to Lead LMI’s Aviation Environmental Analysis Efforts

LMITerry Thompson, the former vice president for energy and environment at Airbus subsidiary Metron Aviation, has joined LMI to work with the aviation industry to address environmental impacts and concerns, among other responsibilities.

Shahab Hasan, program director for LMI’s operations and cost analysis, said Monday that LMI looks to tap Thompson’s experience in aviation environmental analysis to help drive the company’s aeronautical systems analysis services.

Thompson has worked with both NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration, including service as principal investigator in environmental studies at the FAA and project lead for NASA’s Environmentally Responsible Aviation project.

He graduated from the University of Rochester Medical School with a doctorate and master’s degree in biophysics.

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