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THE SOCIETY OF

UNITED STATES NAVAL

AEROSPACE & OPERATIONAL PHYSIOLOGISTS

Specializing in

Human Performance  Optimization

Disclaimer: The views expressed by SUSNAOP are not that of the U.S. Navy.

OUR MISSION

The mission of SUSNAOP is to advance the science, art, and practice of Aerospace & Operational Physiology and its application to Naval Aviation; to foster professional development of its members and enhance the practice of Aerospace & Operational Physiology within the Navy; to strengthen professional and communal ties; and to optimize solidarity and the professional standing of U.S. Naval Aerospace & Operational Physiologists.

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SUSNAOP HISTORY

The Society of U. S. Naval Aerospace & Operational Physiologists (SUSNAOP) was forged out of the dreams of physiologists over the course of several decades. Many physiologists desired an avenue to merge both a social club and a scientific association together.  The first SUSNAOP meeting was held at the FAILSAFE Conference within the AIRPAC conference room on 7 Feb 2000 whereby ~60 active duty aerospace physiologists were in attendance.  Following the conference, the first SUSNAOP newsletter was issued in April 2000...

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

LT Barnson
Nexus Editor
LT "Pug" Sulpizio
Social Director
CAPT "Wood" Kindling
MEMBER AT LARGE
LT "SID" Salassi
Vice President
LT  Buckley
Nexus Assistant Editor
LCDR Lippert
Historian
CDR "Pinto" Littel 
MEMBER AT LARGE
LT Ireland
Secretary / Treasurer
LT  Sweeney
Nexus Assistant Editor

Are you interested in becoming a Naval Aerospace and Operational Physiologist?

 

Contact the Specialty Leader @

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Website by: | LT Chad "Angus" Milam

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