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10 October 1963
United States Government Agencies Collection
United States. Air Force
Carpenter, M. Scott (Malcolm Scott), 1925-2013
Cooper, Gordon (Leroy Gordon), 1927-2004
Decker, Martin M.
Glenn, John Herschel, 1921-2016
Grissom, Gus (Virgil Ivan), 1926-1967
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
Schirra, Walter M. (Walter Marty), 1923-2007
Shepard, Alan B. (Alan Bartlett), 1923-1998
Slayton, Donald K. (Donald Kent), 1924-1993
Webb, James E. (James Edwin), 1906-1992
Presentation of the 1962 Collier Trophy to astronauts Lt. Cdr. M. Scott Carpenter, US Navy (USN); Major L. Gordon Cooper, US Air Force (USAF); Lt. Col. John H. Glenn, Jr., US Marine Corps (USMC); Major Virgil I. Grissom, USAF; Cdr. Walter M. Schirra, Jr., USN; Cdr. Alan B Shepard, Jr., USN; and Major Donald K. Slayton, USAF, 11:30AM
Remarks on presenting Collier Trophy to first U.S. astronauts, 10 October 1963
Remarks Upon Presenting the Collier Trophy to the First U.S. Astronauts, 10 October 1963
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