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On November 11, 1962, President Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon Johnson visited the Marshall Space Flight Center. Werner von Braun, the center director, points out a large model of the Apollo-Saturn V, with an H-1 engine in the foreground. From right to left: Kennedy, von Braun, Johnson, myself, and Paul Nitze, the assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs. The two men at the far left are unidentified. James Webb and Robert McNamara are obscured behind Kennedy and von Braun. Edward Welsh is wearing dark glasses, in the center background.

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President Kennedy visited Cape Canaveral on November 16, 1963. George Mueller briefed President Kennedy in the Complex 37 blockhouse. From left to right: George Low, Kurt Debus, myself, James Webb, Kennedy, Hugh Dryden, Wernher von Braun, Maj. Gen. Leighton Davis, and Senator George Smathers from Florida. Models of the Saturn V rocket on its crawler/transporter and of the Vehicle Assembly Building are on the table. Several periscopes hang from the ceiling. NASA photo number LOC 63P-136


President Kennedy

inspected the Complex 37 launch facilities with Wernher von Braun (center) and myself. Kennedy points at the live second stage of a Saturn I rocket. Von Braun used the model in the foreground to explain the powerful

rocket's mission. Six days after this photograph was taken, President Kennedy was assassinated. NASA photo number LOC 63P-145


The NASA management triad of Administrator James E. Webb (center), Deputy Administrator Dr. Hugh L. Dryden (left), and myself as Associate Administrator. This photo was taken in Webb's office. NASA photo number 66-H-93

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The November 22, 1966, postflight press conference on the Gemini XII mission. From left to right are myself, astronaut James E. Lovell, astronaut Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin, and Dr. Robert R. Gilruth, the director of the Manned Spacecraft Center. NASA photo number S-66-65190

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