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On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are heading back to Mars with NASA as they find out how Ingenuity’s historic flight on the red planet happened. We’ll also learn about the X-59, NASA’s experimental supersonic aircraft.

Plus, seven steps to creating strategic partnerships; do dedicated fleets lead to empty miles?

They’re joined by special guests Joshua Ravich, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory: mechanical engineering lead, Mars Ingenuity helicopter; Craig Nickol, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center: Low Boom Flight Demonstrator project manager (LBFD is in charge of building the X-59); Omar Singh, founder and president, Surge Transportation; and Jennifer Miller, senior director, operations, DHL Supply Chain.

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