45th Weather Squadron works with students to enhance knowledge
By 45th Space Wing Public Affairs Office / Published May 24, 2016
CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, Fla. --
Members of the 45th Space Wing Weather Squadron met with Lake Nona High School students at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. May 23, 2016, to discuss their Lightning Launch Commit Criteria (LLCC) findings and results in regards to weather and climatology. Prior to the school year, Bill Roeder, 45th Space Wing Weather Squadron meteorologist, reached out to the high school and introduced them to the project. The project provides students with real-world experience by following a business model of preparation, set-up, and using innovative methods to complete it. During the visit, the students also met with leadership and toured the Morrell Operations Center.