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Crews
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Crews, Albert Hanlin Jr (1929-) American pilot astronaut, 1965-1969.

Born in El Dorado, Arkansas. BS in chemical engineering from University of Southern Louisiana, 1950; MS in aeronautical engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology. Colonel in USAF, married, three children, selected for X-20 Dynasoar in 1962. Selected for MOL Group 1 in 1965. After cancellation of MOL in 1969, Crews transferred to NASA Flight Crew Operations at the Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas. He remained at NASA as a pilot until his retirement at age 65.

Birth Place: El Dorado, Arkansas.
Status: Inactive.


Born: 1929.03.23.

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Associated Countries
See also
  • Astronaut Category of persons, applied to those trained for spaceflight outside of Russia and China. More...

Associated Flights
  • MOL 3 Crew: Taylor, Crews. At the time of the cancellation of the MOL program in June 1969, the first manned mission was planned for early 1972. A crew of two would have spent thirty days in orbit operating sophisticated military reconnaisance equipment and other experiments. More...

Associated Manufacturers and Agencies
  • USAF American agency overseeing development of rockets and spacecraft. United States Air Force, USA. More...

Crews Chronology


1972 Early - . LV Family: Titan. Launch Vehicle: Titan 3M.
  • MOL 3 (cancelled) - . Crew: Taylor; Crews. Nation: USA. Related Persons: Taylor; Crews. Flight: MOL 3. Spacecraft: MOL. Summary: At the time of the cancellation of the MOL program in June 1969, the first manned mission was planned for early 1972. A crew of two would have spent thirty days in orbit operating sophisticated military reconnaisance equipment and other experiments..

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