Neubeck, Francis Gregory
(1932-) American pilot astronaut, 1965-1969.
Born in Washington, DC; married with one child. Received BS from US Naval Academy in 1955, but entered the Air Force. Selected November 12, 1965 USAF MOL Group 1; departed on June 10, 1969 with the cancellation of the MOL-Program. He thereafter returned to the Air Force, serving as Vice Commander, Tactical Air Warfare Center, Eglin AFB, Florida.
Birth Place: Washington, District of Columbia.
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1965 November 12 -
- USAF MOL Astronaut Training Group 1 selected. - .
Nation: USA. Related Persons: Adams; Finley; Lawyer; Macleay; Neubeck; Taylor. The group was selected to provide crews for flights of the Manned Orbiting Laboratory, a classified military manned space station.. Qualifications: Qualified military pilot; graduate of Aerospace Research Pilot School; serving military officer; US citizen by birth..
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