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October 1, 1987
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said that it plans to take a major role in developing commercial manufacturing in space and announced the appointment of a former industry executive to head the effort. James T. Rose, a key executive at McDonnell Douglas for 20 years, was named assistant NASA administrator for commercial programs. Rose, whose appointment was announced by Dale Myers, the No.
April 11, 1985 | Associated Press
Technicians fixed a leak in a drug-processing machine today, just two hours before a deadline, and apparently preserved a seat for engineer Charles Walker on the space shuttle mission scheduled for liftoff Friday. If the leak had not been plugged by 11:45 a.m., Walker would have been removed from the seven-member crew that includes Sen. Jake Garn. But James T. Rose, director of the drug-making project for McDonnell Douglas Corp., reported just before 10 a.m.
December 3, 2012 | By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
CAMP PENDLETON - In a ceremony replete with praise for their courage and resourcefulness, four members of an elite Marine special forces squad received medals Monday for their actions during a lengthy firefight in Afghanistan. But one key squad member, whose dedication and coolness under fire were noted in the official after-action report, was not in attendance: Posha, the military working dog. The German shepherd was with the Marines when they landed in a helicopter-borne assault to clear out a Taliban command post and quickly found two pressure-plate bombs on the main route to the Taliban compound.
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