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By J. Logsdon
Whereas there are lots of biographies of JFK and debts of the early years folks house efforts, this ebook makes use of basic resource fabric and interviews with key individuals to provide a complete account of the way the activities taken by means of JFK's management have formed the process the united states house application during the last forty five years.
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S. space agency. ”16 That organization, known by most as NACA, had been the government’s primary aeronautical research and development organization since its creation in 1915. ”17 After four months of debate by the Congress, the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958, establishing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, was signed by President Eisenhower on July 29, 1958. 18 20 J O H N F. K EN N E DY A N D T H E R A C E T O T H E M O O N Eisenhower selected T. Keth Glennan as the first NASA administrator.
Glennan agreed to take the position, but only on the condition that Hugh Dryden, the executive director of NACA, would be nominated as deputy administrator. S. and international aeronautical research communities. 20 This outcome was deeply disappointing for Dryden, but he overcame that disappointment to serve as NASA’s deputy administrator until his death in 1965. ”21 Dryden stayed on in his position during the Kennedy administration and played a key role in the deliberations leading to the decision to go to the Moon.
25 For example, The New York Times reported that “The Air Force has drafted a publicity offensive to stake out a major role for itself in the nation’s space program” and that “this offensive is clearly keyed to the change in administrations. ”26 To help in its campaign, the Air Force asked Trevor Gardner, former Air Force assistant secretary for research and development and a prime mover in the Atlas missile program, to chair a committee to recommend a more dynamic Air Force space program. As noted in the previous chapter, Gardner had been one of Kennedy’s advisers on missile and space issues during the presidential campaign.
John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon by J. Logsdon