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Re: Apollo 8 Press Kit



At 09:12 PM 12/25/2008, Clint Bradford wrote:
>OK - Sorry 'bout this ... I promise this will be my last nostalgic
>post of the season ...
>
>The original press kit for Apollo 8:
>
>http://gizmodo.com/5118084/the-apollo-8-original-press-kit
>
>
>Clint Bradford, K6LCS / KAF3359
>909-241-7666
Clint,

Don't apologize.  For those of us who were around then, its great to 
remember.  For those too young you should check this out.
I arrived in California on Dec. 2, 1968 to begin my career as an 
engineer after graduation from college in the mid-west.

We will enjoy remembrances of the 40th anniversary of Apollo-11 in July!

There is a little personal history on my webpage:
http://www.kl7uw.com/kn8mwa.htm
http://www.kl7uw.com/mw3456.htm


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