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Webb Recognized by Congressional Rep

October 17, 2018

Webb Recognized by Congressional Rep

James T. Webb, Ph.D., was recognized by Congressman Dan Newhouse for having received the Louis H. Bauer Founders Award.

   This was entered into the Congressional Record for the 115th Congress, second session. The writeup for his award was also published on the front page of his hometown paper, the Yakima Herald Republic.
   Dr. Webb was recognized with the Bauer Award for his dedication and accomplishments in aerospace medicine and human performance. He is a native of central Washington state, served in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years, and is known for his research on oxygen toxicity, acceleration effects on fighter pilots, and DCS. He has received other awards from AsMA and AsMA’s Constituent organizations as well as the Silver Snoopy Award from NASA. He is also a Past President of AsMA and has served on AsMA’s Council and Executive Committee. For a full biography, please see the July 2018 issue of the journal [Aerosp Med Hum Perform. 2018; 89(7):671] or the July 2018 newsletter (p. N28).