James P. Dawson, 1005 Pine Oak Drive, Edmond, Oklahoma, 73034
(405) 348-3410, FAX (405) 341-2052, firstname.lastname@example.org
BORN: October 18, 1932, Drummond, Oklahoma
Bachelor of Science, Chemistry and Mathematics, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, Oklahoma, 1955
Master of Science in Physical Chemistry, Oklahoma State University, 1959.
Advanced Studies in Radiation Physics, University of California, Riverside, California.
Diploma in Pastoral Ministries, Southern Baptist Seminary, 1976.
Master of Sacred Literature, Trinity Theological Seminary, Newburgh, Indiana, 1996.
Doctor of Philosophy, Theology, emphasis in Apologetics, Trinity Theological Seminary , Newburgh, Indiana, 1996.
Distinguished Alumnus Award, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, 1978.
Mensa Member Four Sigma.
Achievement Award, Science and Applications Directorate, Manned Spacecraft Center, 1969.
Achievement Award, Apollo Science Team, NASA, 1970.
Achievement Award, Lunar Receiving Laboratory Program Office, NASA, 1969.
Achievement Award, Apollo Principal Investigator on Lunar Samples, NASA, 1969-1975.
HOBBIES AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Certified SCUBA diver.
Licensed Private airplane pilot, high performance fixed wing.
Over 100 hours in rotary wing, Jet Ranger.
Coast Guard licensed Captain for under 100 Ton vessels, Captains a 56 foot Trimaran in the Florida Keys, Caribbean and Bahamas.
Writing - Has published five books and published 87 technical articles.
Amateur Radio, WA5PHJ, since 1963.
April 1992 to January, 1997
Dr. Dawson in association with other investigators started Jayphil Investigations. The agency will continued the corporate and technical investigations, utilizing the technical and government background of Dr. Dawson and associates. The Agency is concentrating its primary efforts on locating missing children and missing persons.
August 1988 to date
Licensed by the State of Oklahoma as an Armed Private Investigator. Dr. Dawson has been working with several Investigative agencies from 1988 to date. The main activities are corporate internal investigations. These include highly technical areas and investigations relating to space and scientific research contracts and industrial espionage. Other activities have been in investigative interviews, background investigations and application of computer techniques to investigative practices of Skip Tracing and locating missing persons. These techniques have been applied to both criminal and civil cases. Dr. Dawson has also been involved in the investigation of occult practices and satanic ritual child abuse.
July 1986 to date
President of Aaron C Ministries. Aaron C Ministries conducts seminars and training sessions in prophecy and evangelical areas for local and foreign churches and associations. The ministry has developed a program for delivering Persian Bibles to believers in Iran and Turkey and is currently conducting Evangelical Training sessions in the Bahamas. Aaron C has started and is supporting 14 small churches in the Bahamas, Turks and in the southern Caribbean. Aaron C is currently establishing a Packet Radio system for Missionaries in the Caribbean, Central and South America. The missionaries are to be trained, licensed and provided equipment for the system. The current activity is centered in the southern Caribbean and will be expanded as resources and participants become available.
October 1982 to date
President of Jayphil Corporation, a subchapter S Oklahoma Corporation. Dr. Dawson is responsible for the development of new computer techniques for landsat analyses and the evaluation of geophysical measuring devices. Jayphil Corporation has developed a Radiometric (gamma radiation) survey system. The system is airborne in a Bell 206B Jet Ranger Helicopter and data acquisition, evaluation and system operation is computer controlled in real time with GPS positioning and integration. Dr. Dawson continues to consult with Houston Natural Gas and Global Data System on the operation and development of these systems established by joint venture between Jayphil Corporation and Zeteo Corporation. Jayphil also establishes computer analyses for specialized data bases in tracking events, analytical overlays and search and test scenarios. Jayphil has been employed by a federal agency to conduct internal investigations dealing with the use of government data bases.
October 1980 to November 1986
Executive Vice President of the Zeteo Corporation. Dr. Dawson was responsible for processing landsat data for oil land gas exploration studies and selection of sites for electrical surveys. The Electrical division was also under Dr. Dawson's management. This division conducted field studies and surveys by measuring the apparent resistivity, induced polarization and phase angle changes in the time and frequency domain by employing an in line dipole- dipole array technique, and in conducting airborne radio-metric geophysical surveys.. Zeteo was successful in 51 of 57 oil well ventures by employing these techniques and analyses.
June 1975 to October 1986
General Manager of the KOKF Radio Station in Oklahoma City. Dr. Dawson designed, constructed and managed the Radio Station. The KOKF was an Educational- Religious FM Station operating as a not for profit, non-commercial station. The music formatted station broadcast numerous courses in GED development, Christian living and general Bible study areas. Dr. Dawson conducted a live phone-in-talk show dealing with Biblical topics and current events in Prophecy.
July 1972 to July 1986
Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer for the Oklahoma Foundation for Research and Development Utilization, Inc. (OKF) a non-profit tax exempt computer research group. Dr. Dawson was the Administrative and Technical Manager of all of the OKF's Research and Development projects, which included:
1. Classifying and processing NASA Landsat satellite data to survey cropland areas, forestry areas, rangelands and to aid in monitoring and identifying eroded areas.
2. The Pollution Control and Health Departments used the OKF system to track trends in Oklahoma's rivers and streams through water quality monitoring stations. Inventories of solid waste and sanitary land fills have been entered into the system for tracking and planning pollution control activities for the State of Oklahoma.
3. Impact analyses of every water and sewer system in the United States serving a population of over 2000. These analyses included determination of approximate dates communities will outgrow their present systems and an estimation of cost to maintain adequate capacities.
4. Determined the nonpoint pollution sources. Every 40 acre tract in the State of Oklahoma (approximately 1,500,000) was defined in the computer as to its current land use, location, elevation, drainage basin and soil composition. Using these computer banks the OKF collected sedimentation samples in lakes and rivers, chemically analyzed them and determined the probable locations of their origin, upstream.
5. The OKF was the first entity to enter the entire Bible into computer for research and analyses. These data banks have been widely used by Bible study groups, seminaries and individuals.
October 1967 to September 1978
Dr. Dawson was a Co-Investigator on the Lunar Samples for the Apollo Science Team. Dr. Dawson was responsible for the design, fabrication and operation of the scientific equipment for measuring the reflectance, emissivity, thermal conductivity, spectral reflectance and thermal properties of the Lunar Samples.
January 1971 to July 1972
Dr. Dawson was a Special Assistant to the Governor of Oklahoma for Science and Community Affairs. He also was Administrator of the Governors Office of Community Affairs and Planning and was responsible for:
1. Operation of the State Planning Agency for Oklahoma, which prepares development plans for Transportation, Community Development, Comprehensive Health Services and Facilities, Industrial Development. These plans are both short and long range plans, keyed to State and Federal Budgets and based on an established Goals program developed by Dr. Dawson's Office. Dr. Dawson worked with State and Federal Legislators to establish operating requirements, time frames and budget requirements for these functions, evaluates the cost/benefit effectiveness and advises the Governor on related legislative actions.
2. Tracking federal funds and projects in the State of Oklahoma.
June 1969 to December 1971
President of the Scientific Specialties Corporation. Dr. Dawson served as Chief Executive Officer for SSC a small scientific research and consulting firm. Dr. Dawson acted as a special consultant to the Manned Spacecraft Centers Science and Applications Directorate for Management and Research Operations. He was also the Principle Investigator for Radiation Physics studies on the Lunar Samples. He provided management consulting services to Litton Industries; Space Science Laboratories; Brown and Root-Northrup; Service Technology Corporation; Mier Industries, IBM Research Laboratories and Martin-Muerrita Corporation.
January 1965 to August 1969
Chief of the Engineering and Operations, NASA Houston. Dr. Dawson served as Chief of the Engineering and Operations Branch of the Lunar and Earth Sciences Division at the Manned Spacecraft Center from 1965 to 1969. His primary duties included the establishment of the Lunar Receiving Laboratory as an operational facility. This task consisted of preliminary design of the facility establishing the scientific requirement and implementing the design, fabrication, installation and operation of the scientific systems for the Biological, Physical Chemistry, Radiation Counting, Gas Analyses and Vacuum Laboratories. Dr. Dawson was also responsible for the establishment of staffing and managements requirements of the laboratory, initiating the service contract ad management plan and served as the Technical manager for the service contract. This included the technical and administrative supervision of 85 professionals and 141 technicians who support the Divisions technical programs and operated the Lunar Receiving Laboratory. In addition to the scientific areas above, Dr. Dawson was also responsible for flight control for all processes, design and fabrication, total productive and preventative maintenance programs, chemical quality control of all flow processes including affluent, administrative control over 8.9 million dollar budget and technical management for planning product requirements, lunar sample handling and analyses and implementation of sample distribution plan. Also, Dr. Dawson was heavily involved in the Management of the Research and Development and service contracts for the Lunar Receiving Laboratory equipment systems developed by other Principle Investigators at Universities and Industrial Research Laboratories.
July 1962 to January 1965
Chief of the Radiation Physics Section at the Aerospace Environmental Facility, Arnold Air Force Station. The research programs consisted of surface physics studies, effects of radiation on the physical and optical properties of various surfaces and developing special equipment for measuring the radiation effects, i.e., vacuum integrating spheres and thermal environmental testing equipment.
"Apollo 15 and 16", "Directional Spectral Reflectance"
Lunar Science IV, 75-77, Lunar Science Institute, 1973.
"Solar Albedo and Spectral Reflectance for Apollo 15 and 16 Lunar Fines", Proceedings of the 4th Lunar Science Conference, Geochism, Coschism, Acta. Supplement 2, 3 MIT Press, 1973
"Thermal Radiation Properties of Apollo 14 fines," The Moon, 6, 93-99, 1973
"Thermal Radiation Properties of Apollo 14 Fines," Revised Abstracts, 3rd Lunar Science Conference, Lunar Science Institute, 88,1972.
"Directional Spectral and Total Reflectance of Lunar Material," Proceedings of Apollo 11 Lunar Science Conference, Geochim Cosmochism Acta. Supplement 2, Vol. 3, MIT Press, 1971.
"Vacuum Handling System for Powdered Lunar Samples," Review of Scientific Instruments, November 1971.
"Total Emittance of Lunar Fines," Journal of Geophysics Research, 1971.
"Spectral Directional Reflectance of Lunar Fines as a Function of Bulk Density." Proceedings of the 2d Lunar Science Conference, 3, 1971.
"Thermal Radiation Properties and Thermal Conductivity of Lunar Materials." Science 167, 3918, 1970.
"Directional Spectral and Total reflectance of Lunar Material." Proceedings of the Apollo 11 Lunar Science Conferences, Geochim, Coschim Acta. Suppl 1, Vol. 3 1943-2000, 1970.
"Thermal Conductivity of Fines from Apollo 11," Proceedings of the Apollo 11 Lunar Science Conference, Geochim, Coschim, Acta. Suppl 1, 3, 2045-2050, 1970.
"Thermal Radiation Properties and Thermal Conductivity of Impacted Lunar Materials," Science 167, 4228, January 1970
"Cryopumping" Physical Society of Japan "Series of Selected Papers in Physics, July 1967.
"Lunar Receiving Laboratory" Science, 155,525,1967.
"Thermal Radiative Properties" Transactions of the Third International Vacuum Congress, 2, 719, 1967.
"A Radiation Uniformity and Intensity Monitor for Solar Simulators" Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 4, 114, 1967.
"A Review of Thermal Radiation Properties of Materials as a Function of Surface Roughness and Wavelength" Proceeding of the 3rd International Symposium on Heat Transfer, 1966.
"Hemispherical Reflectance of Metal Surfaces as a Function of Wavelength and Surface Roughness', International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 10, 1225, 1967.
"Vacuum Integrating Spheres for Spectral Reflectance Measurements on Cryodeposits form 0.3 to 15 Microns," AIAA Thermophysics Specialist Conference, 1965.
"Thermal Radiative Properties of Carbon Dioxide Cryodeposits" Transactions of the Third International Vacuum Congress, 1 179, 1967
"Radiative Properties of Cryodeposits" 6th Annual Symposium on Space Simulation, 1965.
"Cryopumping" (Review Article) Cryogenics (British) April 1965.
"Prediction of Cryopumping Speeds in Space Simulation Chambers":, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 3, 218, 1966.
"Statistical Thermodynamics of Polphenyls, Molar Volumes and Compressibilities of Biphenyl and o,m and p-Terphenyl, Solid and Liquid", Journal of the American Chemical Society, 86, 1123, 1964.
"Capture Coefficients of Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen and Argon," Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, 9, 443 , 1963.
"Pyrolidine: Chemical Thermodynamic Properties Between 0 and 1500 Degrees K," Journal of the American Chemical Society, 81, 5884, 1959.
"Thermochemistry and Vapor Pressures of Aliphatic Fluorocarbons, A Comparison of the C-F and C-H Thermochemical Bond Energy" Journal of Physical Chemistry, 63, 1133, 1959.
"The Pressure-Volume-Temperature Properties of Fluorobenzene" Journal of the American Chemical Society, 80, 2031, 1958.
SPECIAL NON-CLASSIFIED REPORTS PUBLISHED
"Vacuum Integrating Sphere for In-Situ Reflectance Measurements at 77 Degrees K from 0.015 to 10 microns." AEDC-TR-67-10 January 1967.
"Deviations from Integrating Sphere Theory Caused by Centrally Located Samples." AEDC-TR-65-271 January 1966.
"Intensity and Uniformity Monitor for Solar Simulators," AEDC-TR-66-81, June 1966.
"Hemispherical Reflectance of Metal Surfaces as a Function of Wavelength and Surface Roughness", AEDC-TR-75-170, 1965
"Vacuum Integrating Spheres fro Spectral Reflectance Measurements on Cryodeposits from 0.3 to 15 microns." AEDC-TR-65-178, October 1967.
"Thermal Radiative Properties of Carbon Dioxide Crydeposits in the 0.5 to 1.1 Micron Range", AEDC-TR-65-94, August 1965.
"Considerations in Cryopumping Measurements", AEDC-TR-65-68 1965.
"Evaluation of Mark I Space Chamber Cryopanel Coatings", AEDC-TR-64-85, 1964.
"Evaluation of Cryopanel Coatings", AEDC-TR-64-22, 1964.
"Temperature Effects on the Capture Coefficients of Six Common Gases", AEDC- TR-64-84, 1964.
AEDC = Arnold Engineering and Development Center, Arnold Air Force Station, Technical Report.