“I found it, to say the least, astounding. It’s the best I’ve seen, I think because of the style used in narrative and detail interspersed. His essay keeps everything in context throughout, and it sure brought back some memories for me.
But above all, it is well written, plain English, incredible background information from so many sources. Especially, for a young engineer in the MCC back then, seeing Apollo 11 through the eyes of Honeysuckle Creek was (is) wonderful!! Another perspective, and a wonderful viewpoint from one of the critical elements of the Apollo missions.
My compliments to everyone involved!!”
(24 June 2015.)
Jack Garman, right, receives an award from Chris Kraft, Director of Flight Operations, after Apollo 8.