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... Dale attended Kansas City Junior College and then the University of Washington, earning money for his education by working in the Aeronautical Department's wind tunnel for 50¢/hour. It was an experience that served him well.
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... He also initiated decentralization of project management and a consolidated management information system, and was heavily involved in all high-technology research and development. He returned to industry in 1979 as president and chief operating officer for Jacobs Engineering Group, a diversified construction company.
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... He was an honorary fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a fellow of the American Astronautical Society, and in 2016 he was inducted into the International Air and Space Hall of Fame at the San Diego Air and Space Museum. He also held an honorary doctorate from Whitworth College.
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... Two months later he died of heart failure. He again received a standing ovation when he was inducted into the International Air and Space Hall of Fame in November 2016; she was sorry he was not there for that show of appreciation.

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