EXPLORING SPACE FINAL EXAM PROJECT
To promote Teamwork and Communication, your Space Exploration Final Exam Project will be done as a team. Each element will contain all levels of cadets, who will be required to research and present on the following Space topics:
- Element 1: Apollo Missions
- Element 2: Gemini Missions
- Element 3: Space Shuttle Missions
- Element 4: Mercury Missions
- Leadership Element (if necessary): International Space Station and Mars
You may include powerpoint, poster board, videos, models in your presentation. Each element will have an ENTIRE class period to present and all cadets MUST present a segment. Include the Goals and Action Plans for each broad area (ex: Apollo project), along with the 5 Ws of the specific missions (ex: Apollo 1, 2, 3, etc)— There are multiple missions for each, so be sure to include at least 7 missions.
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Lieutenant Colonel William J. Conley is the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor, Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC), Deland High School, Deland Florida.
Lieutenant Colonel Conley entered the Air Force as an Airman in 1988, and after a two-year enlistment, separated in pursuit of a commission. He re-entered the Air Force as a distinguished graduate of the East Carolina University Reserve Officer Training Corps program in 1992, earning his Regular commission. He served in an array of assignments in the personnel community from the base, Air Staff, and Air Force Personnel Center-levels. He also served as a group executive officer, Air Force Intern, deployed squadron commander, mission support squadron commander and is a distinguished graduate, Squadron Officers School and a graduate of Air Command and Staff College in-residence and Air War College by correspondence. Considered a life-long learner, his education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources Administration from St. Leo College, a Master of Science degree in Organizational Management from the University of Laverne, a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management from George Washington University, and a Master of Science degree in Military Operational Arts and Sciences from Air University. Most recently, Colonel Conley completed his Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from NOVA Southeastern University. His is married to his beautiful bride, Genevieve Macalalag, and together they have four incredible children—Kayla, Layne, Alexa, and Liam.
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Master Sergeant Fortino R. Garcia Jr. is the Aerospace Science Instructor, Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC), Deland High School, Unit FL-023, Deland Florida.
Master Sergeant Garcia entered the Air Force as an Airman in 1985. He was a Personnel Specialist for three years. He retrained into the medical field as Medical Technician for 16 years. He then retrained to a Command Post Specialist for the last year of his career. He was assigned to a variety of bases and leadership positions throughout his 20 years in the Air Force. Sergeant Garcia was a distinguished graduate from Airman Leadership School, completed Non-Commissioned Officer Academy by correspondence, and the Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy correspondence course. Sergeant Garcia has been an AFJROTC Instructor for twelve years. His education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies from the University of Tampa, Associates degrees in Allied Health Services and Human Resource Development from the Community College of the Air Force. He is blessed to be married to the love of his life Jacki Garcia, and together they have three fantastic children—Ashley, Fortino III, and Kelli. He is also a proud grandparent of two grandchildren--Brody and Elizabelle.
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First Sergeant Daira D. Hall is the Aerospace Science Instructor, Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC), Deland High School, Unit FL-023, Deland Florida.
First Sergeant Hall entered the Air Force as an Airman in 1996. She was a Bio-Environmental Engineering Technician, and a First Sergeant. She was assigned to a variety of bases and leadership positions throughout her 22 years in the Air Force. First Sergeant Hall was assigned to the United States School of Aerospace Medicine, where she taught Bio-Environmental Engineering to new Air Force members. While there, she authored Career Development Courses for her career field. First Sergeant Hall was a distinguished graduate from Airman Leadership School, the commandant award winner at her Non-Commissioned Officer Academy course and completed the Senior Non-Commissioned Officer course and Joint Senior Non-Commissioned Officer course by correspondence. Her education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies and Gerontology from Southern Nazarene University, an Associate’s degree in Bio-Environmental Engineering Technology, an Associate degree in Human Resource Management and an Associate degree in Instructional Military Science from the Community College of the Air Force. She also holds a certification in Instructional Systems Design from Air University. She is happily married to Jeff, her husband of 20 years, and they have two children, Jayden and Gabrielle. She also has two dogs, Myles and Davis.
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