Air Force Association partners with Kaiserslautern STEM Program


Jay Simpson, former Technical Director and Program Manager for the CIA, meets with students for hands-on activities during an educational event hosted by the Air Force Association and Kaiserslautern High School Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program at Kapaun Air Station, Dec. 16, 2019. Simpson wrote several books on optical fiber technology and is responsible for 80 publications and 15 patents in the field.
Ken Robinson, Kaiserslautern High School teacher, and KHS students listen to a presentation hosted by the Air Force Association and KHS Science, Technology, Engineering program at Kapaun Air Station, Dec. 16, 2019. The local Kaiserslautern chapter of the AFA, a non-profit organization, supports aerospace education for KHS students through sponsorships and participation in their Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps.
Jay Simpson, former Technical Director and Program Manager for the CIA, speaks about his life and science expertise at Kaiserslautern High School on Kapaun Air Station, Dec. 16, 2019. Simpson was part of a seven-year partnership with the Air Force Association and Kaiserslautern High School Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program which fosters learning in those specific disciplines.