HEM

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HEMHermann (Amtrak station code; Hermann, MO)
HEMHalk Egitimi Merkezi (Turkish: Public Education Center)
HEMHome Education Magazine
HEMHome Energy Management
HEMHigher Education Management (various schools)
HEMHuber Engineered Materials (Atlanta, GA)
HEMHigh Efficiency Module
HEMHealthcare Emergency Management (various schools)
HEMHome Energy Magazine (Berkeley, CA)
HEMHigh Energy Milk
HEMHoneywell Electronic Materials (various locations)
HEMHistorical Electronics Museum (Museum of electronics including radar, military, and microwave devices; Linthicum, Maryland)
HEMHollywood Entertainment Museum
HEMHigh Efficiency Matching
HEMHealthcare Environmental Manager
HEMHeavy Equipment Maintenance
HEMHuman Exposure Modeling
HEMHeat Exchange Method
HEMHybrid Electromagnetic Wave
HEMHuman Eradication Mode (TV show South Park)
HEMHigh Energy Magic (Discworld)
HEMHuman Epidermal Model
HEMHistoric Engineering Marker (Australia)
HEMHoneywell Energy Manager (commercial building engineering)
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The Historical Electronics Museum in Linthicum, MD, is just around the corner from the entrance to Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
Between symposia, the MIT-S Historical Collection has a permanent home at the Historical Electronics Museum in Linthicum, MD near the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
The Historical Electronics Museum (HEM) has another new exhibit that covers the subject of early airborne radios, from the development of the "GP" series in 1936 to the more familiar AN/ARC-27 and AN/ARC-55 developed in the late 1940s.
Our proximity to the Historical Electronics Museum allows the Historical Exhibit to display a special magnetron exhibit, including early tubes from 1998 MTT-S Pioneer Award recipient Ross Kilgore.
Buses running to the airport also will be stopping at the Historical Electronics Museum.
The Historical Electronics Museum in Linthicum, MD, just around the corner from BWI Airport, has added a new exhibit, the AN/APQ-13.
In the summer of 1988, volunteers guided by Ed Farkas at the Historical Electronics Museum reconditioned the radar for operation and transfer to Boston, MA.
I spent most of the morning of that day at the Historical Electronics Museum near the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
The Historical Electronics Museum (HEM), near the Baltimore Washington International Airport, has acquired several important items that further document the development of EW systems, including a rare Rotman Lens that appears to be a prototype of an AN/SLQ-32 receiver derivative.
If you have an interesting or unusual piece of EW equipment or EW documentation, contact the Historical Electronics Museum at +410.
He also reported the Historical Electronics Museum near Baltimore was seeking interactive EW displays.
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