Daniel Guggenheim Medal
The Daniel Guggenheim Medal was established in 1929 for the purpose of honoring persons who make notable achievements in the advancement of aeronautics. The Medal is jointly sponsored by AIAA, ASME, SAE, and AHS.
Administration of the Medal resides with AIAA.<a href=http://www.guggenheimmedal.org>www.guggenheimmedal.org</a>
This annual award is generally presented at the Aerospace Spotlight Awards Gala. However, it may be presented at another event, selected by the Board of Award and Medalist.
Nomination Deadline: 1 February
- Full Name: Edward C Wells
- Category: Premier Award
- AIAA Citation: For his outstanding contributions to the management concepts for the development of complex aerospace systems, and for his significant personal accomplishment in the design and production of a longline of the world’s most famous commercial and military aircraft.
- Notes: (posthumous)