Instructor: Thomas W. Cash
Biography: Tom Cash has been involved in the test and evaluation world since graduating from college. He has supported all levels of testing, ranging from laboratory workbench technical testing through major system operational testing for the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Navy. He has written specification documents for distributed simulation systems, authored and conducted various system validation and verification plans and conducted those tests, and co-authored Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP) documents. He has supported the operational testing of various seeker, radar, and low observable systems. He spent almost 13 years as the Senior Test Lead for the Army's Utility Helicopters Program Office and provided airworthiness testing and analysis support for the many items to be installed on or operated from the H-60 family of aircraft. He has also been a Principal Systems Engineer with Sierra Nevada Corporation and the Systems Engineer for the Army's AMRDEC Degraded Visual Environment Aviation Systems Integration Facility (ASIF) working on various aspects of the Army's Degraded Visual Environment (DVE) system.
Course taught by this instructor:
MIL-STD Qualification: Purpose, Testing and Design Considerations