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Gregory Bruce Jarvis (date and place of birth: August 24, 1944, in Detroit, Michigan, died on January 28, 1986 in the accident of the Space Shuttle Challenger). He was loading specialist of the space shuttle Challenger.
In 1962 he graduated from the Mohawk Central High School in Mohawk, New York and later, in 1967 he received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the State University of New York in Buffalo. Two years later, in 1969, he received a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts; The same year he also completed an administration course at West Coast University in Los Angeles, California.
While studying at Northeastern University to pursue a master’s degree, Jarvis worked at Raytheon, Bredford, Massachusetts where he was involved in the design of SAM-D missile circuits. In July of 1969 he entered the Air Force where he was assigned to the Space Division in El Segundo, California. In the Office of the Satellite Communications Program he held the post of Communications Engineer of Payload, where he worked in advanced tactical communications satellites. There he was responsible for the concept formulation, source selection and the first stages of design of the FLTSATCOM communications load. In 1973 after leaving the Air Force with the rank of Captain, Jarvis joined the Communications and Space group of the Hughes Aircraft Company, where he worked as a Communications Subsystem Engineer for the MARISAT program.
In 1975 he became the Director of Integration of the MARISAT F-3 Test Vessels. By 1976, the MARISAT was located in geosynchronous orbit. The same year, Jarvis became a member of the Systems Applications Laboratory and worked on the concept and definition of advanced UHF and SHF communications for strategic forces. Upon entering the Advanced Programs Laboratory in 1978, Jarvis began working on the formulation of the concept and subsequent proposal for the SYNCON IV / LEASAT Program. In 1979 he became Energy / Thermal / Harness Subsystem Engineer of the LEASAT Program.
In 1981, Jarvis became Engineer of the Space Bus System and in 1982 the Assistant Director of Engineering of the Spacecraft System. In 1983 he fulfilled the functions of Director of Integration and Test of the ships F-1, F-2 and F-3 and of the support structure, where he worked until the shipment of the F-1 and the support structure to Cabo Kennedy to be integrated into the Orbiter. Both the F-1 and the F-2 LEASAT ship have successfully reached their geosynchronous positions. In this stage, Jarvis worked on satellite designs and the Application Systems Laboratory. In July 1984, he was selected by NASA as a candidate for space shuttle specialist.
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