June 2003 - Volume 2, Issue 6
e-Bulletin of College of Sciences and Technology
Savannah State University

AT&T Donation

In the Spotlight ..


In the News!

GDOT Award

Kudos To ...

Flight Timeline

Dear Alumni ...

A 2002 Best Invention!

University News

Quotable Quotes!
Previous Issues:  Aug ' 02  Sept ' 02  Oct ' 02    Homecoming Special   Nov ' 02  Dec ' 02   Jan ' 03  Feb ' 03   Mar ' 03
Apr ' 03   May ' 03
AT&T Donates $20000!

Constance K. Weaver
Executive Vice President, Public Relations, AT&T

On June 11, at SSU's Drew Griffith Annexe, in front of a distinguished audience (Senators, House Representatives, City Mayor and other officials), Ms. Constance weaver, Executive Vice President, Public Relations presented a check for $20000 to Dr. Carlton E. Brown, President of Savannah State University as a donation from AT&T for the College of Sciences and Technology.
(The Other organizations receiving awards were: Latin American Services Organization, The Frank Callen Boys' and Girls' Club of Savannah and the Greenbriar Children's Center.)

"These grants will help these organizations extend their work even further into the community" said Constance K. Weaver. These groups' efforts are an excellent match with the goals of AT&T Foundation in supporting community needs, encouraging leadership and promoting diversity."

    NSF Grant Award of $2.5 Million!
    To SSU Project with
    Principal Investigator:
    Dr. Joseph H. Silver, Sr., VPAA

Title of Project:
Minority Access to Graduate Education and Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Start Date: July 2003
Expires On: June 30 2008
Award Amount: $2,496,132

Principal Investigator: Dr. Joseph H. Silver, Sr.

Savannah State University (SSU) will implement a five-year comprehensive approach to strengthen the institution's undergraduate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and research infrastructure. The University will use a combination of NSF and intramural resources to increase STEM enrollment, attain a STEM undergraduate student retention rate of 80% and transition 30% of STEM graduates to graduate study. The project will cut across biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, engineering and technology.

Dr. Silver will be assisted by Dr. Chellu S. Chetty (Program Director), Dr. Jonathan Lambright (Co-Program Director), Dr. George Williams (Dean, Graduate Studies & Sponsored Research) and six coordinators from COST faculty.

Hearty Congratulations!   Dr. Silver!
Seminars .... Workshops ...

Summer Institute (Contact: Dr. K. Jayaraman)
July 14-25, 2003:
American Society of Civil Engineers-Savannah State University Summer Institute
"Women in Civil and Environmental Engineering" - for rising female 10th graders

Cherita Nix &
Erika Adkinson

SSU Dolphin Research Hits Headlines in Newspaper!

Dr. Marthajane Caldwell, Post-Doctoral Research Associate (Marine Sciences Program in the Dept of Natural Sciences and Mathematics), and SSU students Cherita Nix and Erika Adkinson working in the ambitious Dolphin Research Program of SSU hit the headlines in the Savannah Morning News (Sunday Edition, Accent, June 8, 2003).

The article, by Jenel Few, reports on SSU's Dolphin Research Program and on the trio's boat cruise for a rendezvous with dolphins.

In Dr. Caldwell's words, "... for the most part, the local dolphin population is without major scars or mutilations because they stay in intercoastal waters. ...... findings will ultimately guide future dolphin management decisions. .... We can use this data to help protect local populations of dolphin".

Marthajane, Cherita and Erika! Congratulations!   Keep up the good work!

$5000 Scholarship from Georgia Department of Transportation!

Tom Coleman, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), was present at Savannah State University on Friday, May 23, 2003 in the Colston Administration Building to present a $5,000 scholarship to Jeremy B. McMullen, a rising senior who is majoring in Civil Engineering Technology.

GDOT, in conjunction with the Southeastern American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials, is presenting the scholarship as a token of appreciation to the future workforce as they prepare to enter the great and vastly changing world of transportation.

Kudos to .....

Dr. Jonathan Lambright:

Dr. Jonathan Lambright, Assistant Professor (GTREP), Department of Engineering and Technology, has been asked by the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) at Stanford University to assist in research on the Gamma Ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST). The appointment spans June 23 to August 15, 2003.

Evolution of Flight
Timeline (1903 - 2003)

October 22, 1900 - The Wright Brothers make their first glider flight

September 25, 1903 - The Wright Brothers arrive in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina to prepare for their historical flights

December 14, 1903 - Wilbur and Orville Wright flip a coin to see who will be the first to fly. Wilbur wins the toss however, the flight is unsuccessful.

December 17, 1903 - The Wright Flyer lifts into the air at 10:35 am. The flight lasted only 12 seconds and covered a distance of just 121 feet (37 m). It is the first powered, manned, heavier-than-air, controlled flight.

1904 - The Wright Brothers build their second machine, but their total flying time during 1904 is only 45 minutes

January 18, 1905 - The Wright Brothers contact their congressman to inquire if the U.S. Government is interested in their experiments and machine. The reply is a form letter from the President of the Board of Ordnance and Fortifications indicating that the Board is not interested in "financing experiments."

May 22, 1906 - Patent No. 821,393 issued to the Wright Brothers on a Flying Machine

November 13, 1907 - First helicopter flown by Paul Cornu, a French inventor. The flight lasted only 20 seconds and hovered just 1 foot (30 cm) above the ground

1908 - Madame Therese Peltier was the first woman to fly solo in an airplane

February 8, 1908 - The U.S. War Department concludes a contract with the Wright Brothers for $25,000 to become the owner of one flying machine.

August 8, 1908 - Wilbur Wright makes his first flight in Europe at Champs d'Auvours, France

September 3, 1908 - Orville Wright makes the first demonstration flight for the Army at Fort Myer, Virginia

November 22, 1909 - The Wright Company becomes incorporated with a capitalization of $1,000,000

May 21, 1910 - Wilbur Wright makes his last flight as a pilot in the United States. He flew at Simm's Station in Dayton, Ohio.

May 25, 1910 - Orville and Wilbur Wright make a short flight at Huffman Field, Dayton, Ohio. It is the only time the Wright Brothers are in the air together

September 2, 1910 - Blanche Stuart Scott becomes the first (unofficial) American woman to solo

September 16, 1910 - Bessica Faith Raiche becomes the first (official) American woman to solo

February 1912 - The Wright Brothers produce a new model incorporating a patented stability device that automatically banks the aeroplane at a correct angle when turning

May 30, 1912 - Wilbur Wright dies at age 45 years. Orville succeeds his brother as President of Wright Company

1914 - Robert Goddard was granted two U.S. patents for rockets using solid fuel, liquid fuel, multiple propellant charges, and multi-stage designs

June 24, 1914 - Igor Sikosky sets an unofficial world distance record by flying a 1,590-mile round trip flight from Saint Petersburg to Kiev, Russia in the II'ya Muromets

June 29, 1916 - William E. Boeing builds and test-flies his first aeroplane, the "B&W" trainer

November 1918 - As World War I nears its end, Orville Wright notes to a friend that, "The Aeroplane has made war so terrible that I do not believe any country will again care to start a war."

May 3, 1919 - The first Municipal Airport in the U.S. is dedicated at Atlantic City, New Jersey

June 15, 1921 - Bessie Coleman becomes the first African-American woman to receive Fédération Aéronautic Internationale (FAI) pilot's license

June 12, 1922 - Capt. A. W. Stevens, U.S. Air Service, makes record parachute jump from 24,206 ft. from a supercharged Martin bomber over McCook Field, USA

1923 - A radio-controlled airplane flew without a pilot at the E'tampes Aerodrome in France

March 4, 1924 - U.S. Army Air Service planes avert a flood in Platte River Valley, Nebraska, by dropping bombs to clear an ice jam

June 12, 1925 - Daniel Guggenheim donates $500,000 toward the establishment of a School of Aeronautics at New York University

February 13, 1926 - The U.S. Post Office Department puts new 10-cent airmail stamp on sale

May 20-21, 1927 - Spirit of St. Louis: First nonstop solo flight across the Atlantic by Charles A. Lindbergh

June 17, 1928 - Amelia Earhart becomes the first woman to cross the Atlantic

1929 - Fritz Opel of Germany flew the first rocket-powered plane for 1 minute 15 seconds

February 27, 1929 - Former Secretary of War Dwight Davis presents the Distinguished Flying Cross, awarded by the U.S. Congress, to Orville Wright and, posthumously, to his brother Wilbur

August 8-29, 1929 - The Graf Zeppelin accomplishes the first around-the-world flight by a dirigible

April 20, 1930 - Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow set a transcontinental speed record from Los Angeles to New York, 14 hours, 45 minutes

May 5-24, 1930 - Amy Johnson becomes the first woman to solo between England and Australia

June 11, 1930 - John and Kenneth Hunter begin refueling endurance flight over Chicago, which breaks all records when they remain in the air for 533 hours, 41 minutes and 30 seconds

1931 - Britain's' Frank Whittle designed and patented the first jet engine

June 23 - July 1, 1931 - Winnie Mae: first circumnavigation of the world by a lone aircraft by Wiley Post and Harold Gatty

May 9, 1932 - Capt. Albert F. Hegenberger, U.S. Army Air Corps, makes the first solo "blind flight" at Wright Field, seeing nothing but the instruments before him from take-off to landing

May 20-21, 1932 - Amelia Earhart becomes the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic

November 19, 1932 - A national monument, commemorating the Wright Brothers' flight, is dedicated in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina

July 15-22, 1933 - Wiley Post makes the first round-the-world solo flight in his Lockheed Vega "Winnie Mae"

January 11-12, 1935 - Amelia Earhart makes the first solo flight from Hawaii to the American mainland

May 8, 1935 - Amelia Earhart Putnam flies nonstop from Mexico City to Newark, New Jersey, in 14 hours, 18 minutes, 30 seconds, becoming the first person to fly this course nonstop from South to North and the only woman to fly it either way

November 22, 1935 - Pan American Airways makes the first pacific mail service route leaving San Francisco with 111,000 letters

December 1, 1935 - The first airway traffic control center went into operation at Newark, New Jersey

December 17, 1935 - The DC-3, the first successful passenger airliner, takes off for the first time from Santa Monica, California

May 12, 1936 - The world's largest high-speed wind tunnel is put into operation at Langley Field Laboratories of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics

May 6, 1937 - The Hindenburg, the famous German dirigible, is destroyed by fire and an explosion of an unknown origin during landing proceedings at Lakehurst, New Jersey. 36 people lost their lives.

June 28, 1939 - Pan American Airways flew the first trans-Atlantic passenger service

September 14, 1939 - The VS-300 becomes the first practical helicopter to ever take off. Igor Sikorsky himself piloted the vehicle and on his first flight, Sikorsky was able to lift off 3 ft for about 10 seconds

March 25, 1940 - The Army and Navy agree to stand aside to give France and Britain virtually unhindered access to the latest models of American warplanes, releasing to the Allies over 600 planes now under construction

July 8, 1940 - The first flight of the Boeing Stratoliner, the first airliner with a pressurized cabin. This allowed the plane to fly up to 20,000 feet, avoiding turbulence

April 16, 1941 - Igor I. Sikorsky sets a national helicopter record by hovering virtually motionless over a Stratford, Connecticut airport, for 1 hour, 5 minutes

July 19, 1941 - The Tuskegee Airmen, the first black fighter squadron in the United States armed forces, is formed

September 5, 1941 - Nine U.S. Army Air Forces B-17 "Flying Fortresses" fly from Hawaii to the Philippines, the first mass flight of heavy bombers across the western Pacific

December 7, 1941 - Japan pulls a surprise air raid on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, doing heavy damage to the U.S. Fleet and destroying the majority of military aircraft at Hickman Field

1942 - The German Heinkel He 219 becomes the first aircraft to be equipped with crew ejection seats as standard equipment

January, 1943 - Franklin D. Roosevelt boarded a Boeing 314 flying boat in Miami, Florida, and became the first chief executive to make a wartime flight while in office

January 7, 1944 - The U.S. Army Air Forces announces development and production of its first jet-propelled fighter airplane, the Bell P-59 "Airacomet"

January 8, 1944 - The U.S. Army's new P-61 "Black Widow" night fighter, built by Northrop Aircraft, Inc., makes its first public appearance at the Army-Navy Los Angeles Air Show

June 6, 1944 (D-Day) - A gigantic sky-train, nine planes wide and 200 miles long, carries American and British air-borne troops across the English Channel for invasion of Europe

September 8, 1944 - The V-2 became the first combat ballistic missile used by Germany against England

May 8, 1945 - The War in Europe ends with the collapse of Germany

August 6, 1945 - A U.S.A.A.F. B-29 bomber, the "Enola Gay," piloted by Col. Paul W. Tibbets, Jr., drops the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan

August 14, 1945 - Japan's surrender ends World War II

September 28, 1945 - The first round-the-world air service is inaugurated by the Air Transport Command when a Douglas C-54E "Globester," carrying nine passengers, flies 23,147 miles in 149 hours, 44 minutes, from Washington, around the globe, to Washington

March 22, 1946 - The WAC, the first American-built rocket to actually leave the Earth's atmosphere, reaches an altitude of 50 miles

August 6, 1946 - Two B-17 bombers, minus pilot and crews, are flown nonstop from Hilo, Hawaii to Muroc Lake, California, controlled entirely by radio

August 27, 1946 - A new pilot-ejector seat, designed to catapult a pilot from the cockpits of high-speed airplanes, is successfully tested by the U.S. Army at Wright Field, Ohio

1947 - The F-86 "Sabre Jet" made by North American Aviation became America's first single-seat, swept-wing jet fighter

April 27, 1947 - United Airlines introduces the Douglas DC-6 aircraft, the first postwar aircraft to feature full-cabin pressurization.

September 16, 1947 - The United States Air Force is established as a separate and equal element of the United States armed forces.

October 14, 1947 - Capt. Charles E. Yeager flies faster than sound for the first time in the rocket powered Bell X-1

March, 1948 - The U.S. Air Force announces the dropping of the world's largest bomb, weighing 21 tons, from a B-29 bomber in a test flight at Muroc Air Force Base, California

June 10, 1948 - The Air Force makes its supersonic flights public

June 26, 1948 - The Berlin airlift begins by the U.S., Britain, and France to break the Soviet blockade of Berlin, supplying the city entirely by air

March 2, 1949 - Lucky Lady II: This Boeing B-50A makes the first nonstop around-the-world flight

November 1, 1950 - The U.S. Navy announces development of an automatic pilot for helicopters

1951 - The Atlas rocket by Convair was the first liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missile with a range of more than 5,000 miles

June, 1951 - Douglas Aircraft announces development of a supersonic missile that can be guided to an enemy plane and exploded upon contact

August 28, 1952 - American Airlines flies 10,000,000 passenger-miles today, setting a new single-day mileage record for all airlines

November, 1954 - First Boeing 707 made its test flight

November 24, 1954 - The First Air Force One is christened

1956 - First air traffic accident occurs over Arizona killing all 128 passengers

1957 - The Boeing 707 became the first successful jet airliner to enter passenger service

January 15-18, 1957 - First jet flight around the world

October 4, 1957 - The Russians launch Sputnik I, the first artificial Earth satellite

November 3, 1957 - Sputnik II is launched carrying the dog "Laika"

1958 - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was established in the United States

January 31, 1958 - Explorer I: First U.S. launched artificial satellite which made the first records of micrometeorite activity and led to the discovery of the Van Allen radiation belts around the earth

January 2, 1959 - The USSR's Luna 1 launched and became the first man-made object to escape Earth and orbit the Sun

September 12, 1959 - The USSR's Luna 2 is laucnhed and becomes the first human object to reach the Moon

September 15, 1959 - A. Scott Crossfield became the first to pilot the fastest and highest flying aircraft in history, the rocket powered X-15.

April 1, 1960 - Tiros I: First weather satellite launched

April 12, 1961 - Vostok I: First human being (Maj. Yuri Gagarin) to travel in space by completing one full orbit of the earth

May 5, 1961 - Freedom 7: First U.S. human (Alan Shepard) space flight

February 20, 1962 - Friendship 7: First American (John Glenn) to orbit Earth

July 10, 1962 - Telstar 1: NASA launched first privately built satellite for communications which relays the first live television pictures between the US and Europe

November 27, 1962 - First flight of Boeing 727

January 9, 1963 - First TV program transmitted by satellite

June 16, 1963 - Russian Cosmonaut, Valentina Tereshkova, becomes the first woman to solo in space

April 11, 1964 - Jerrie Mock becomes the first woman to pilot a plane around-the-world successfully

March 18, 1965 - Alexei Leonov takes first walk in space

1966 - Boeing 747 "Jumbo Jet" revolutionizes mass air transport

February 3, 1966 - Luna 9 makes the first soft landing on the Moon

October 3, 1967 - X-15 (experimental aircraft) sets speed record at 4,520 mph

December 31, 1968 - The Tu-144, the first Soviet Super Sonic Transport, flew

January 16, 1969 - First docking of two manned spacecraft in orbit, Soyuz 4 and 5

July 16-24, 1969 - Apollo 11: First human lunar landing. At 4:18 p.m. EST on July 20, 1969, astronauts Neil Armstrong and "Buzz" Aldrin landed on the lunar surface while command module pilot Michael Collins orbited overhead. "That's one small step for man - one giant leap for mankind."

July 26 - August 7, 1971 - Apollo 15: Fourth lunar landing (David Scott, Alfred Worden, and James Irwin), first use of Lunar Rover

September 3, 1971 - The Concorde makes its first transatlantic crossing.

November 13, 1971 - Mariner 9: First mission to orbit another planet arrived (Mars)
December 2, 1971 - First soft landing on Mars

July 23, 1972 - Landsat 1: the first U.S. environmental satellite, which demonstrated global remote-sensing of Earth's surface, is launched

May 14, 1973 - Skylab: Unmanned space station launched

July 15-24, 1975 - Apollo-Soyuz Test Project: First joint U.S.-Soviet human flight (Tom Stafford, Vance Brand, "Deke" Slayton; Alexei Leonov, Valeri Kubasov)

July 20, 1976 - Viking 1: First U.S. landing on another planet (Mars)

June 26, 1978 - Seasat, the first satellite launched to provide global observations of the Earth's oceans

July 24, 1979 - NASA research pilot Thomas McMurtry conducted the first flight of a KC-135 jet, with winglets, to demonstrate fuel efficiency

November - Solar Challenger: First solar powered plane flew

April 12-14, 1981 - Launch of STS-1, the first test flight of the Space Shuttle Columbia (John Young, Bob Crippen). The mission was the first to employ both liquid- and solid-propellant rocket engines for the launch of a spacecraft carrying humans

November 11-16, 1982 - STS-5, Space Shuttle Columbia, launched on first operational mission. Astronauts deployed two commercial communications satellites

June 13, 1983 - Pioneer 10 becomes the first man-made object to leave the solar sytem

June 18-24, 1983 - STS-7 launched and Sally K. Ride became the first American female Astronaut

April 6-14, 1984 - STS-41C: First onorbit satellite repair (Solar Maximum Mission), aboard Space Shuttle Challenger

August 30 - September 5, 1984 - STS-41D: First flight of the Space Shuttle Discovery

October 3-7, 1985 - STS-51J: First flight of the Space Shuttle Atlantis

January 28, 1985 - STS-51L, Challenger accident, in which seven astronauts were killed

February 20, 1986 - The Soviet Union announced the launch of its new space station, Mir

March 13, 1986 - Leonid Kizim and Vladimir Soloviev become the first crew launched to Mir

August 25, 1989 - Voyager 2: First encounter with Neptune

April 24-29, 1990 - STS-31: Deployed the Hubble Space Telescope

May 2-16, 1992 - STS-49: First flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour and the first three-person spacewalk. Astronauts captured a private satellite for repair and reboost

1994 - Test flight of Boeing 777; the first aircraft to be designed entirely on a computer

June 27-July 7, 1995 - STS-71: Space Shuttle Atlantis and Mir linked and American astronaut Norm Thagard and a Russian crewmate were returned to earth

June 27-July 7, 1995 - STS-71: Space Shuttle Atlantis and Mir linked and American astronaut Norm Thagard and a Russian crewmate were returned to earth

November 28, 1995 - The McDonnell-Douglas MD-11 made the first safe, automated landing of a transport aircraft using engine thrust

September 26, 1996 - STS-79: Shannon Lucid returns from Mir after setting U.S. record for continuous stay in space and beginning a more than two-year continuing U.S. presence in space

July 4 - December, 1997 - Mars Pathfinder and Sojourner explored the Red Planet (Mars)

March 27, 1998 - NASA announces that the Hubble Space Telescope has captured the first actual image of a planet outside our own solar system

October 29-November 7, 1998 - STS-95: At age 77, John Glenn becomes the oldest astronaut in space

December 6, 1998 - Unity, a six-sided connector for future station components, is connected to Zarya by Shuttle Mission STS-88. Together, the two modules form the new, 70,000-pound, 76-foot long International Space Station

March 20, 1999 - After a 46,759-mile balloon flight which lasted 19 days, 21 hours and 55 minutes, the Breitling Orbiter 3 balloon, flown by Brian Jones and Bertrand Piccard, achieves a non-stop round-the-world balloon flight

March 23, 2001 - The remains of the Russian space station Mir re-enters the Earth's atmosphere on its final flight and splashes down in the Pacific Ocean

June 23, 2001 - The X-35B becomes the first Joint Strike Fighter demonstrator to perform a vertical takeoff and vertical landing.

November 2, 2001 - The International Space Station marks one full year of continuous international human presence in orbit

July 30, 2002 - The first successful flight test of a hypersonic scramjet engine in Australia. This air-breathing scramjet engine, which burns hydrogen fuel, could theoretically power aircraft at Mach 8, for two-hour trans-Atlantic flights.

August 25, 2002 - NASA set a world record for the largest balloon successfully launched, when it flew a 60 million cubic foot balloon carrying a 1,500-pound scientific payload to the fringes of space.

January 22, 2003 - After more than 30 years in space, the Pioneer 10 spacecraft sends its last signal to Earth.

March 7, 2003: The Bell Agusta 609, the world's first civilian tiltrotor aircraft, rose vertically for the first time from Bell Textron's Flight Research Center in Arlington, Texas. The maiden flight lasted 36 minutes and included hovering, turns, forward and backwards flight as well as four takeoffs and landings.

Source: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (www.flight100.org)

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Source: Time.com - 2002 Best Inventions

In 2004, the hottest car in the world will have a top speed of 10 ft. per min. — if, that is, the world happens to be Mars. NASA is currently testing two robotic rovers to send to the Red Planet in a mission set to launch next summer. The two solar-powered vehicles will travel up to 330 ft. — compared with Sojourner's 16 ft. — a day while using their nine cameras and three spectrometers to make scientific observations. First on the agenda? Looking for traces of water.

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University News

Dr Randy Gunter joins SSU as Vice President for Student Affairs with effect from July 1, 2003.

Dr. Gunter was Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students in Georgia Southern University where he has been working since 1980.

Hearty Welcome to SSU!    Dr. Gunter!

Quotable Quotes ......!

"I knew a man who carried his education in his vest pocket because there was more room there than in his head." - Karl Kraus (1874-1936)

"The proper education of poor children (is) the groundwork of almost every other kind of charity ..... Without this foundation first laid, how much kindness ...... is unavoidably cast away?." - Laurence Sterne (1713-1768)

"I envy neither the heart nor the head of any legislator who has been born to inheritance of privileges, who has behind him ages of education, dominion, civilization, and Christianity, if he stands opposed to the passage of a national education bill, whose purpose is to secure education to the children of those who were born under the shadow of institutions which made it a crime to read." - Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825-1911)

This monthly e-Bulletin, ‘SciTech’, will provide you with the latest information about the College of Sciences and Technology of Savannah State University. It will also include selected highlights from the world of Sciences and Technology.

Please send your comments/contributions to next e-Bulletin to jay or Berenice Scott before 15th of each month.

Dr. Kuppuswamy Jayaraman
Acting Dean, College of Sciences and Technology
P.O. Box 20019, Savannah, GA 31404
Tel: 912 356 2349
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