NASA Salutes Aviation and Space Excellence

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Get a dose of #MorningMotivation from a 100-year-old Tuskegee Airman and one of our NASA Astronauts! 👨🏽‍🚀✈️

On Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 11:30 a.m. EST, retired Air Force Col. Charles McGee, who served during World War II, joins astronaut Alvin Drew, who logged more than 612 hours in space, to talk about their experiences and what it means to be a trailblazer. Tune in and be inspired to follow your dreams.

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15 Comments

  1. Going beyond the dome firmament has always been Number 1 on NASA's Bucket List. All these years past and still haven't broken through that 'Highest, hardest, glass ceiling". Just ask Hillary…She's mentioned on several occasions how they just haven't been able to break it. (If they haven't broken it then they have'nt been through it…Which means the space travel NASA talks about is the air we see, the atmosphere surrounding us, that's the space nasa explores. No exploring necessary as we see and travel it everyday. But there is a limit to how high or to where you can travel, whether by plane, boat, or by foot. There are limits and restrictions…whether restrictions placed by man…or by the dome firmament. And in the end, nasa doesn't want you to know that dome firmament is there because then you would be aware that Our Creator put it there. THEY DON'T WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT WE HAVE A CREATOR, not your mother…but One Creator, One GOD…not many gods….Silly humans!😉

  2. Thank you NASA for hosting such a great guest.

    We’re short on time… what a pun😅
    The honored hero is 100 yrs old, let him answer as many questions as he’d like too because he earned.

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