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Samuel Kaesemeyer Phones & Addresses

  • Linden, NC
  • La Jolla, CA
  • Vail, AZ
  • Tucson, AZ
  • Yuma, AZ
  • 200 N Slate Dr, Vail, AZ 85641

Work

Company: U.s. army test and evaluation command (atec) Aug 2018 Position: Senior test manager

Education

Degree: Master of Science, Masters School / High School: New Mexico State University 2012 to 2016

Skills

Program Management • U.s. Department of Defense • Testing • Defense • Military Operations • Systems Engineering • Operational Planning • Engineering • Government

Industries

Military

Resumes

Resumes

Samuel Kaesemeyer Photo 1

Senior Test Manager

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Location:
10263 Colliers Chapel Church Rd, Linden, NC 28356
Industry:
Military
Work:
U.s. Army Test and Evaluation Command (Atec)
Senior Test Manager

Us Air Force Warfare Center 53D Wing May 2016 - Jul 2018
Senior Test Advisor

Afit Education With Industry Sep 2017 - Jun 2018
Fellow

Us Air Force Warfare Center 53D Wing Apr 2011 - May 2016
Director of Test Operations

Us Army, Test & Evaluation Command Nov 2004 - Apr 2011
Senior Test Officer
Education:
New Mexico State University 2012 - 2016
Master of Science, Masters
New Mexico State University 2014 - 2015
Master of Science, Masters, Industrial Engineering
Defense Acquisition University 2012
University of Arizona 1998 - 2002
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Skills:
Program Management
U.s. Department of Defense
Testing
Defense
Military Operations
Systems Engineering
Operational Planning
Engineering
Government

Publications

Us Patents

Non-Pyrotechnic Remote-Controlled Parachute Jettison Method

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US Patent:
7523890, Apr 28, 2009
Filed:
Oct 24, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/977096
Inventors:
Mark N. Heflin - Yuma AZ, US
James B. Stewart - Yuma AZ, US
Samuel L. Kaesemeyer - Yuma AZ, US
Assignee:
United States of America as represented by the Secretary - Washington DC
International Classification:
B64D 17/54
US Classification:
244149
Abstract:
A method of severing an extraction line connected between an extraction parachute and a cargo load when the cargo load fails to eject from an aircraft. The method comprises the steps of spacing a cutter from the extraction line; spring-biasing the cutter in the direction of the extraction line; mechanically restricting the cutter with restricting means from engaging and severing the extraction line; and disabling the restricting means in response to a radio signal from a transmitter on the aircraft so that the cutter is released and severs the extraction line.

Non-Pyrotechnic Remote-Controlled Parachute Jettison Device

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US Patent:
7306188, Dec 11, 2007
Filed:
Nov 18, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/715243
Inventors:
Mark N. Heflin - Yuma AZ, US
James B. Stewart - Yuma AZ, US
Samuel L. Kaesemeyer - Yuma AZ, US
International Classification:
B64D 17/54
US Classification:
244149
Abstract:
A device for severing an extraction line connected between a cargo load and an extraction parachute when the cargo load fails to eject from an aircraft. The device comprises a cutter spaced from and spring-biased in the direction of the extraction line; a housing for the cutter; elements for mechanically restricting the cutter from engaging and severing the extraction line; and elements responsive to a radio signal from a transmitter on the aircraft for disabling the restricting means so that the cutter is released and severs the extraction line.
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