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English: Two US Congressmen, accompanied by NASA Administrator James E. Webb, visited the Marshall Space Flight Centre (MSFC) April 28, 1964, for a briefing on the Saturn program and a tour of the facilities. They are (left to right) Congressman Gerald Ford Jr., Republican representative of Michigan; Dr. Wernher von Braun, MSFC director; Congressman George H. Mahon, Democratic representative of Texas; and Mr. Webb.
Français : Deux représentants du Congrès américain visitant le Marshall Space Flight Centre (28 avril 1964) pour une réunion relative au programme Saturn. De gauche à droite : Gerald Ford, Wernher von Braun, le directeur de la NASA James E. Webb et George H. Mahon.
Date 28 April 1964
Author NASA
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