|DFRC Photo #
||Dryden People Photo Collection Contact Sheet
||October 24, 2008
||Veterans of the X-15 program reunited at Dryden during a historical colloquium on the 40th anniversary of the last X-15 flight that occurred Oct. 24, 1968.
||October 2, 2008
||Brent R. Cobleigh
||October 2, 2008
||David D. McBride
||Sept. 30, 2008
||Mark C. Dickerson
||January 18, 2008
||James W. Harris
||January 14, 2008
||Bradley C. Flick
||November 4, 2006
||NASA Dryden director Kevin L. Petersen discusses the center's major milestones during its 60th anniversary celebration in November, 2006.
||January 18, 2006
||Nov. 15, 2005
||March 11, 2004
||NASA Dryden's Lori Losey was named NASA's 2004 Videographer of the Year in part for her camera work during NASA's AirSAR 2004 science mission in Chile.
||June 2, 2005
||Robert Navarro, Project manager/aerospace engineer
||April 22, 2005
||While NASA Dryden's Jim Ross outlined his job as an aerial photographer, student Leo Banuelos learned first-hand about the gear Ross wears in the cockpit.
||April 22, 2005
||NASA Dryden aerospace engineer Trong Bui explains the dynamics of flight to a group of Edwards Middle School students during a recent Career Day presentation.
||March 9, 2005
||Laurie Marshall, aerospace engineer, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
||Feb. 11, 2004
||Vincent L. Rausch
||December 9, 2004
||Trong Bui, NASA Dryden's principal investigator for the aerospike rocket tests, with one of two rockets flown in the first tests.
||June 16, 2004
||Marta Bohn-Meyer, chief engineer, 2001 - 2005, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
||March 19, 2004
||June 9, 2003
||May 27, 2003
||NASA Dryden's David Bushman explains the capabilities of the Altus UAV to NASA Langley's Charles Hudgins.
||January 31, 2002
||NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe, left, learned about the Mach 10 X-43 research vehicle from manager Joel Sitz during a visit to the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California, January 31, 2002
||October 11, 2001
||Dr. Michael H. Gorn, Chief Historian at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
||October 2, 1986
||Vance D. Brand in Space Shuttle flight suit (JSC image S86-38100)
||April 24, 2001
||NASA Dryden Millennium All-Hands photo
||March 9, 2001
||February 3, 2000
||The NASA Dryden 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft crew poses in an engine inlet
||March 25, 1999
||Electronics technician Joe Ciganek was responsible for operation and maintenance of the SR-71 simulator while it was at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.
||August 20, 1998
||Vance D. Brand
||June 11, 1998
||Robert Dale Reed, aerospace engineer, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
||November 4, 1997
||Often called the "Father of the Lifting Bodies," NASA aerospace engineer Dale Reed enjoys a moment in the cockpit of the restored wingless M2-F1 in 1997.
||NASA Life Support Branch staff photo
||September 12, 1996
||Complete NASA Dryden Staff of 1996 for 50th anniversary, on back ramp of building 4800
||April 10, 1996
||Flight engineers Marta Bohn-Meyer and Bob Meyer and pilots Eddie Schneider and Rogers Smith flew the SR-71 in high-speed research experiments at NASA Dryden.
||Sept. 21, 1971
||Vance D. Brand portrait after being selected for the Apollo program. (JSC photo S71-51263)
||Complete NACA Muroc Staff of 1947, in front of the XS-1 and B-29
||Key members of the XS-1 research team
||NASA researchers in gold control room during an F-15 HiDEC flight, John Orme and Gerard Schkolnik
||F-18 simulation with Simulation Group Lead Martha Evans at the controls
||March 3, 1993
||NASA Dryden flight test engineer Marta Bohn-Meyer following a research flight in the F-16XL laminar-flow control experiment.
||NASA researchers in gold control room during an F-15 HiDEC flight
||January 14, 1993
||Fight engineer Marta Bohn-Meyer flew as a back-seat flight test engineer in this NASA T-38 mission support aircraft when this 1993 photo was taken.
||F-104 instrumentation is checked by Keith E. Wright and Gaston A. Moore
||Electronics technician Bill Clark assembling a cannon plug with the help of Jim Lewis
||November 1, 1991
||The husband-and-wife team of Bob Meyer and Marta Bohn-Meyer flew as flight test engineers on high-speed experiments flown on the SR-71 at NASA Dryden.
||May 7, 1986
||Flight test engineers Bob Meyer and Marta Bohn-Meyer had the distinction of being the only married couple to both serve on flight status on this two-seat F-104.
||Complete NASA Dryden Staff of 1985, in front of building 4800
||28 Jun 1976
||John McTigue, NASA lifting body project manager
||November 8, 1950
||NACA pilot John Griffith hands his flight gear to Dick Payne as crew members Ed Edwards and Clyde Bailey look on.
||15 Nov 1949
||NACA Muroc women computers with snowman
||Early NACA human computers at work
||NACA Muroc Staff of 1949 at NACA barbecue
||March 26, 1976
||Mrs. Hugh Dryden unveils the memorial to her late husband at center dedication, with center director David Scott
||January 27, 1953
||NACA Groundbreaking Ceremony
||Dr. Hugh L. Dryden - portrait
||9 Apr 1958
||Research Engineers Clinton T. Johnson, Harriet J Smith, & Richard D. Banner
||Complete NACA Muroc Staff of 1954, in front of new NACA building (4800)
||Complete NACA Muroc Staff of 1950, in front of original NACA building
||Dr. Hugh L. Dryden seated at desk
||November 26, 1956
||The NACA Exceptional Service Medal presented at the NACA High Speed Flight Station. L-R: Hugh Dryden, Joe Walker, Stan Butchart, Richard Payne
||October 5, 1972
||M2-F3 and project personnel after the 100th flight
||Richard Day conducts an early flight simulation, a roll coupling experiment
||March 6, 1967
||NASA aerospace engineer Dale Reed in 1967 with model of the M2-F1 Lifting Body and the actual M2-F1 flown in a research program at the Flight Research Center.
||Dec. 6, 2006
||David A. Wright
||November 23, 2004