Dr. Delashmit is born in Memphis, Tennessee to Walter Howard Delashmit, Sr. and Gertrude Marie Delashmit.
Dr. Delashmit receives a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee.
Dr. Delashmit receives a Master of Electrical Engineering from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Dr. Delashmit joins the technical staff of TRW Inc. (now Northup Grumman Corporation) in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Delashmit receives the Copy Presidential Medal from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Dr. Delashmit becomes a senior engineer at Martin Marietta Aerospace (now Lockheed Martin Corporation) in Orlando, Florida.
Dr. Delashmit becomes a research engineer in the Applied Research Laboratory at The Pennsylvania State University.
Dr. Delashmit receives a Letter Commendation from Dr. L.W. Fung of the Goddard Space Flight Center at NASA.
Dr. Delashmit receives a Letter of Commendation from Rear Admiral Jackson of the U.S. Navy.
Dr. Delashmit becomes principal system engineer at Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Dr. Delashmit becomes a manager of signal and image processing at Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Dr. Delashmit marries Janice Lee Moncrief.
Dr. Delashmit receives the Special Recognition Award from Enterprise Software Processes as well as the President’s Performance Award from Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Dr. Delashmit becomes program manager of weapon seeker improvement at Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Dr. Delashmit becomes a technical paper reviewer for journals and conferences.
Dr. Delashmit receives a Doctor of Philosophy in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Dr. Delashmit becomes program manager of seeker technology and software advancement at Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Dr. Delashmit becomes an engineering consultant for Lockheed Martin Corporation and joins the adjunct faculty at the University of North Texas.
Dr. Delashmit receives the Alumni Spotlight from Christian Brothers University and Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Dr. Delashmit establishes the Walter H. Delashmit Endowed Scholarship in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Christian Brothers University.