Deputy NASA Administrator Lori Garver, a policy lightning rod at agency headquarters as the Obama administration worked to shift U.S. human spaceflight from a government-run operation to a commercial venture, has resigned to take a job as general manager of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). Her last day at NASA is Sept. 6, and she joins the pilots' union on Sept. 9, where she will manage the 300-person ALPA staff as essentially the top business manager and chief of staff, working ...
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