Army SBIR Achievement Awards

by on 29 April, 2012

 

Dr. Scott Fish -Chief Scientist of the U.S. ArmyDr. Scott Fish -Chief Scientist of the U.S. ArmyOn April 26th, 2012, the Army SBIR Program held the 2012 Achievement Awards Ceremony at the Women in Military Service to America Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery.

The Ceremony was hosted by Dr. Scott Fish, Chief Scientist of the U.S. Army. The Achievement Awards Program is very competitive. In 2012, 613 projects were qualified to compete for an award; 10 companies, including Translume, were recognized at the Ceremony for their outstanding achievements.

The Women in Military Service to America Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery

Duty   Honor   Pride

These words reflect the spirit of generations of Americans who have sought to defend the rights and freedom of others. At the Women In Military Service For America Memorial, these words come to life in the stories and memories of the nearly two million women who have served in defense of our nation starting with the American Revolution.