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Glenn John - Premier américain dans l'espace

Glenn John - Premier américain dans l'espace

Astronaut John Glenn on board a ship after his successful space flight in the Mercury space capsule Friendship 7 - he has to have been the sexiest man alive in the early 60's
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John Glenn’s 1962 orbit aboard Friendship 7

Feb. 20 marks the 50th anniversary of his historic flight.

John H. Glenn, Jr. circling Earth, 5 times in less than 5 hours.
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John Glenn And His Wife Annie In Front Photograph
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John Glenn And His Wife Annie In Front by Everett

John Glenn And His Wife Annie In Front Photograph by Everett

John Glenn with his family in front of the F8U Crusader, 1957
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John Glenn with his family in front of the F8U Crusader, 1957

John Glenn poses with his family in front of the F8U Crusader he flew in Project Bullet, his record breaking transcontinental flight, 1957.;Credit: U.S. Navy.

1959 – Left to right: John H. Glenn, Jr., Virgil J. Grissom, Alan B. Shepard, Jr., and Malcolm S. Carpenter. They are looking during indication of capsule.
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1959 – Left to right: John H. Glenn, Jr., Virgil J. Grissom, Alan B. Shepard, Jr., and Malcolm S. Carpenter. They are looking during indication of capsule.

John Glenn at El Toro 1962 with Lt. Col. John Terry Cline. __  (PINNER, Teri Koehler commented:  "That is my dad, Lt. Col. John Terry Cline (Retired) with John Glenn."

John Glenn at El Toro 1962 with Lt. Col. John Terry Cline. __ (PINNER, Teri Koehler commented: "That is my dad, Lt. Col. John Terry Cline (Retired) with John Glenn."

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Astronaut John Glenn's wife Annie -- her expression a mix of wonder, pride, and anxiety -- watches her husband John's space flight on TV.
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JOHN GLENN - NAVY - TEST PILOT, ASTRONAUT, POLITICIAN - When the attack on Pearl Harbor brought the United States into World War II, he left college to enlist in the U.S. Army Air Corps; however, the Army did not call him up, and in March 1942 he enlisted as a United States Navy aviation cadet. He trained at Naval Air Station Olathe, Kansas,
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JOHN GLENN - NAVY - TEST PILOT, ASTRONAUT, POLITICIAN - When the attack on Pearl Harbor brought the United States into World War II, he left college to enlist in the U.S. Army Air Corps; however, the Army did not call him up, and in March 1942 he enlisted as a United States Navy aviation cadet. He trained at Naval Air Station Olathe, Kansas,

Astronaut John Glenn sledding with his family (and their dog). 1959.

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Annie Glenn, wife of astronaut, senator, and patriot John Glenn.
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Annie Glenn, wife of astronaut, senator, and patriot John Glenn.

John Glenn, one of the “Mercury Seven” astronauts, was the fifth human to fly in space. Glenn returned to a hero’s welcome, including parades in Cape Canaveral, Florida; Washington, D.C.; and New York City. His flight meant that the United States could finally compete with Soviet successes in the Cold War space race.
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Mercury Friendship 7 - John Glenn - A National Hero

John Glenn, one of the “Mercury Seven” astronauts, was the fifth human to fly in space. Glenn returned to a hero’s welcome, including parades in Cape Canaveral, Florida; Washington, D.C.; and New York City. His flight meant that the United States could finally compete with Soviet successes in the Cold War space race.

John Glenn. Served with Marines flying 59 missions.Earned the rank of captain. 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses, 10 Air Medals.

Celebrating John Glenn

A banquet held on February 20, 2012, in the Archie M. Griffin Grand Ballroom at the Ohio Union will gather nationally recognized keynote speakers, prominent corporate and community leaders and policy makers, members of the Ohio State community, and Senator Glenn and his family.