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John Tarkov wrote about the Quebec Bridge in our Spring 1986 issue. More >>

Joel A. Tarr is the Richard S. Caliguiri Professor of Urban and Environmental History and Policy at Carnegie-Mellon University. More >>

Edward Tenner is an independent writer, speaker, and consultant on technology and culture. More >>

BRIDGET MINTZ TESTA worked on the SSCCfrom 1990 to 1993. She is now a freelance technology writer in Houston, Texas. More >>

Thompson, Emily is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Steven L. Thompson is a historian, pilot, journalist, and former executive editor of Car & Driver and AOPA Pilot Magazines. More >>

Barrett Tillman is a widely recognized authority on air warfare in World War II and the author of more than forty nonfiction and fiction books on military topics, including Clash of the Carriers and Whirlwind. More >>

James E. Tomayko is director of the software engineering program at Carnegie-Mellon University. More >>

Joshua Tompkins writes often for publications, including Popular Science and The New York Times . More >>

Yisela Alvarez Trentini is an Anthropologist + User Experience / Human-Computer Interaction Designer with an interest in emerging technologies, social robotics, and VR/AR.

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Kris Trexler is a two-time Emmy award winning video/film editor, and has been honored with seven Emmy nominations during his long career. More >>

ROBERT S. TRIPP, a retired airline pilot, is still a test pilot and an FAA designated engineering representative. He lives in Washington State and Hawaii. More >>

Richard H. Truly  is a retired Vice Admiral in the United States Navy, a former fighter pilot, former astronaut for both the United States Air Force and NASA.

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Richard Turrin is an award-winning executive with more than 20 years of experience in financial tech innovation. More >>

Peter Tuttle is writing a book about railroads in the West. When he was fourteen, he built a board-for-board scale model of a narrow-gauge gondola. More >>
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