Launch of STS-1. Photo from NASA.


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Chris Kraft Memories

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Blogs and Videos on Human Space Flight

Video Clips showing Ironflight advising front-room Flight Controllers on how to best communicate with their Flight Director.

Interviews about the Space Shuttle with Minnesota Public Radio's Bob Collins

NASA Shuttle Flight Director Hall of Fame

NASA Shuttle Flight Director Staffing

Paul returning from his first flight in the RV-8 that he built.


A fascination with aircraft and flying manifest early in Dye’s childhood.An opportunity to help restore two J-3 Cubs as a Boy Scout project led him into a private pilot's license and a life-long interest in building, flying, and testing experimental aircraft and homebuilt aircraft. He currently holds a commercial license for fixed wind aircraft, a glider license,, and an instrument endorsement

Blogs and Videos on homebuilt airplane building and flying. (General aviation articles are below the material on human space flight.