Farris, Russell


    Russell Farris spent thirty-eight years solving technical problems for the U.S. Navy and Air Force before retiring in 1994. He tracked Soviet submarines, directed the operations of missile-tracking ships at Cape Canaveral, and designed control systems for pilotless aircraft. After earning a degree in psychology from San Diego State University, Mr. Farris worked on artificial intelligence problems of interest to the Navy. After a heart attack in 1998, he began to apply his problem-solving skills to the prevention of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.

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