International Society of Air Breathing Engines (ISABE)
Constitution and bylaws adopted 8 Jun 1983. Also referred to as International Society of Airbreathing Engines (ISOABE). Registered in accordance with the law of USA.
Further the free exchange, on an international level, of knowledge in the field of airbreathing propulsion for flight vehicles.
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Board of Directors, including Steering Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, 2 Joint Secretaries, Secretary Treasurer, Founding President and Immediate Past-President. Plenary Session (Business Meeting, every 2 years at Conference). Executive Committee, comprising: the Executive Officers - President and 2 Joint Secretaries (Executive, Administrative), who together comprise the Steering Sub-Committee, and Vice-President; Immediate Past-President; one Primary Delegate of of each accepted 'member nation'; co-opted members. National Committees and/or National Organizing Sub-Committees. Executive Headquarters in the USA, headed by Executive Secretary; Administrative Headquarters, headed by Administrative Secretary, in the Secretary's nation.
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