The US Army Aviation and Missiles Research, Development, and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), and UAH recently conducted a series of technical interchange meetings (TIM) to review on going collaborations and areas of mutual interest. AMRDEC and MSFC have a rich history in working together with several joint projects and laboratories stemming back to the founding of the MSFC from the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA). Examples include a joint Microfabrication Laboratory in place since the mid-1980s, logistics engineering practices and tools shared between the organizations, and joint purchasing of missile propellants. Dr. Phillip A. Farrington, UAH professor of Industrial &amp; Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, has been hosting the meetings as part of a grant from MSFC. "We are working to expand collaboration between AMRDEC, MSFC and UAH in engineering programs, production engineering and logistics," said Dr. Farrington. "As part of that, we are trying to identify ways that UAH can collaborate on projects that are of interest to both the AMRDEC and MSFC."