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Box 92

 Container

Contains 12 Collections and/or Records:

NASA Career, 1948 - 2009

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1
Scope and Contents Housed in this series are the documents and other materials generated during Neil Armstrong's NASA career, from his days as an experimental test pilot through his assignment as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics. Early materials of note are documents related to the X-15 program and Armstrong’s engineering work as part of the Dyna-Soar team before his transfer into the astronaut program. A central piece of this series is the inclusion of Armstrong's application to the NASA astronaut...

Correspondence between C. W. Ottinger and Neil Armstrong regarding the LLRV development of and conference for the Altair project, with copy of The X-Press (October 29, 1999), July 2000 - August 2002

 Item — Box: 92, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4, Item 1
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Letter from James P. Bigham on the LLRV and Bigham’s role in development with and LLRV article also by Bigham, November 11, 2005

 Item — Box: 92, Folder: 2
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4, Item 2
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Rendezvous - March 1969 - Year of the Moon Men (reprint), 2006 - 2008

 Item — Box: 92, Folder: 3
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4, Item 3
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Correspondence regarding the Apollo medical operations summit, with CD-ROM, October 2006 - December 2007

 Item — Box: 92, Folder: 4
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4, Item 4
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

The Apollo Medical Operations Project: Recommendations to Improve Crew Health and Performance for Future Exploration Missions and Lunar Surface Operations, September 2007

 Item — Box: 92, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4, Item 5
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Letter from C. W. Ottinger to Neil Armstrong regarding the Altair conference at Arizona State, September 8, 2007

 Item — Box: 92, Folder: 6
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4, Item 6
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Lunar lander Training Vehicle Trade Study Interim Report to the Lunar lander Project office, Volumes 1 and 2, October 16, 2008

 Item — Box: 92, Folder: 7
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4, Item 7
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Unconventional, Contrary, and Ugly: The Lunar Landing Research Vehicle,” by G. J. Matranga, C. W. Ottinger, and C. R. Jarvis, with a forward by Neil Armstrong, circa 2006

 Item — Box: 92, Folder: 8
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4, Item 8
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Continuing NASA Involvement, 1970 - 2009

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7
Scope and Contents The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Continuing NASA Involvement - Correspondence and Working Files, 1999 - 2008

 File — Box: 92
Identifier: MSA 5, Series 1, Sub-Series 7, File 4
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Continuing NASA Involvement subseries spans the nearly four decades of Armstrong’s life following his resignation from NASA in 1971. After leaving his position as the Deputy Administrator of Aeronautics, Armstrong was no longer employed by NASA in any official capacity. However, Armstrong remained in touch with his many colleagues at NASA and continued to be involved in projects related to space flight and aeronautics. His continued commitment to the U.S. space program is reflected in a...

Neil A. Armstrong papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 5
Scope and Contents The Neil A. Armstrong papers document the military, aeronautics, astronautics, teaching and corporate business career of Neil A. Armstrong. The papers also feature items from Armstrong's youth and education. The collection includes but is not limited to documents, coursework, working papers, subject files, correspondence, writings, speeches, recordings, photographs and newspaper clippings. The papers are divided into eighteen series, and further information on the scope and content of the...