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2012 The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) Award recipients

25 July 2012
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Nineteen past and present Defence Science and Technology (DSTO) staff members were recognised for their international collaboration in 2012.

See below for DSTO recipients within each category.

Aerospace systems

Awarded for contribution to the collaborative development of a handbook of best practice in aircraft structural teardown.

  • Kevin Watters (QinetiQ)
  • Tom Van Blaricum
  • John Boyes (QinetiQ)
  • Philip Jackson
  • Steve Reed (dstl)
  • Dr Niem Tri
  • LTCOL Bede T. Galvin
  • Ian Lloyd

Electronic warfare systems

Awarded for contributions demonstrating a novel approach to testing countermeasures to synthetic aperture radars:

  • Irina Antipov
  • Darren Bachmann
  • Peter Juett

Land systems

Awarded for the effective creation of a The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) community of interest (scientific, medical and operational) aimed at mitigating battlefield trauma through a soldier-centric approach to survivability:

  • Dr Mark Jaffrey
  • Mr Marc West
  • Mr Tom Radtke
  • Lt Col Judith Spence (Joint Health Command)
  • Squadron Leader Ken Kemp (RAAF)

Conventional weapons technology / Aerospace

Awarded for significant contribution towards maintaining intelligent customer status within TTCP nations to ensure the safe carriage and effective release of weapons from future platforms with internal weapon bays:

  • Regina Blyth

Conventional weapons technology

Awarded for significant contribution towards development and application of modelling capability and hazards testing to understand and predict failure of solid rocket motors due to chemical aging:

  • Mr Alex Ziegeler

Personal award

Awarded for longstanding and valuable service in the area of coatings technology:

  • Dr Lindsay Wake