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Appendix C: Committee and Staff Biographical Information
Pages 97-102

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From page 97...
... He spent the last 4 years of his career at NASA Headquarters as associate administrator of space flight; in that position he was responsible for establishing policies and direction for the space shuttle and International Space Station (ISS) programs, as well as for space communications and expendable launch services.
From page 98...
... His numerous honors also include the Department of Defense (DOD) Distinguished Service Medal, the DOD Superior Service Medal, 5 Air Force Distinguished Flying Crosses, 16 Air Medals, the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal, the AIAA Haley Space Flight Award for 1988, and the American Astronautical Society Flight Achievement Award for 1988.
From page 99...
... ; Goddard Space Flight Center director for Space and Earth Science; NASA deputy associate administrator, Space Station; NASA associate administrator for Human Exploration; and director, Space Systems and Engineering, Civil Space for Lockheed Martin, with responsibility for the HST servicing missions, Space Infrared Telescope Facility (Spitzer) , Lunar Prospector, and Gravity Probe-B.
From page 100...
... Mr. von Suskil has served on various safety review boards and as a technical problem solver, including his work as special assistant for training in Naval Reactors, consultant to NASA on the Project Prometheus nuclear reactor program, and membership on the Atlantic Fleet Nuclear Propulsion Examining Board and the Nuclear Fuel Services Safety Culture Board of Advisors.
From page 101...
... He has held Guggenheim and Verville fellowships and was an associate editor of the German spaceflight magazine Raumfahrt Concrete, in addition to writing for such publications as Novosti Kosmonavtiki (Russia) , Spaceflight, and Space Chronicle (United Kingdom)

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