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John Glenn

COLONEL WILLIAM R. POGUE flew for the USAF Thunderbirds and was a test pilot for both the United States Air Force and the British Royal Air Force before his selection as an astronaut in 1966. He served in the Support Crew of the Apollo 7 and Apollo 11 missions, and was the pilot for Skylab 4, the final Skylab mission. Until recently, he held the record for the longest time spent living in space: eighty-four days.

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