Norman Baker, a veteran aerospace journalist and a founder and president of the National Space Club, died Aug. 26. He was 93. A U.S. Marine who served in World War II and the Korean War, Baker began his career as an aerospace engineer, working on missile development for Boeing. He moved to Washington to become editor of Missiles and Rockets (which became part of the Aviation Week Network’s Aerospace Daily & Defense Report in the 1960s). He later founded Defense Daily and Soviet ...


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