- The Adm Alan
Were talking with two of the pioneers of space travel. Alan Shepard piloted Americas first manned space mission. Maxime Faget designed Freedom 7, the Mercury space capsule that Alan Shepard rode into space on May 5, 1961. ...
- A Rear Admiral
In 1926, a group of forwardthinking North Carolina Outer Bankers began an effort to preserve the original site of the Wright brothers flights of December 17, 1903. The group organized formally in 1927 as the Kill Devil Hills Memorial Association and ...
- The Shepard
Alan Bartlett Al Shepard Jr American Pilot Astronaut. Born 18 November 1923. Died 21 July 1998. First American in space. Fifth person to walk on the moon. ...
- The Wikipedia
Alan Bartlett Shepard, Jr. November 18, 1923 – July 21, 1998 Rear Admiral, United States Navy, Ret. was the second person and the first American in space. He later commanded the Apollo 14 mission, and was the fifth person to walk on the moon. ...
- The Shepard Alan
Shepard, Alan Bartlett, Jr., 1923–98, American astronaut, b. East Derry, N.H., grad. Annapolis, 1944. He served on a destroyer during World War II and later had extensive experience as a test pilot. On May 5, 1961, under the U.S. space program Projec ...
- A Alan B
Born November 18, 1923, in East Derry, New Hampshire. Died on July 21, 1998. His wife, Louise, died on August 25, 1998. They are survived by daughters Julie, Laura and Alice, and six grandchildren. ...
- A Star Child
Alan Shepard was born in 1923 in New Hampshire. He attended the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland where he graduated in 1944. Shepard served on a destroyer during World War II and was a Navy test pilot at the time he was selected to ...