Frank Borman, former U.S. Air Force fighter pilot and test pilot school instructor, assistant thermodynamics and fluid dynamics professor at the U.S. Military Academy, CEO of Eastern Airlines and, most notably, leader of the Apollo 8 team that circled the moon in 1968, doesn't embrace unnecessary risk. If he did, he might have earned an early obituary rather than having collected a museum's worth of awards, commendations and mementos from world leaders, including the Collier Trophy, Harmon ...
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