Jama Honored with Mission Patch by SpaceX

Brad Treesh | June 18, 2013

For the past  year, I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with the team at SpaceX to support its project and mission goals. SpaceX is the first commercial company to visit the International Space Station. The company is on a mission to colonizing Mars; its Grasshopper test project has had consecutive flights, the last reaching 280 meters in altitude.

We have assisted the team with reporting and provided best-practices consulting, among other partnership activities, to support its various missions.  It has been exciting to work with the team supporting the NASA missions as well as the commercial teams supporting SpaceX’s missions to put satellites into orbit.  It’s a cool company doing cool things, and I am thankful for the opportunity to work with such an innovative company. Read about how SpaceX Uses Jama to Revolutionize Space Travel.

SpaceX is leading us into the era of commercial cargo resupply. This past year, the company has had two back-to-back successful cargo resupply missions to the Space Station. On its first trip, the company took up a limited number of mission patches, which were numbered and mounted for display.

I was honored to receive one of these patches (#2186) on behalf of Jama. We are all thrilled to be contributing to such an innovative and inspiring company.