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In episode three of the podcast “Moonwalk,” two generations of flight directors share memories of the Apollo Era and NASA’s impact on their family.



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If you were growing up with Bryan Lunney in Friendswood, TX in the 1960s – you might think everyone's dad helped get astronauts to the moon too.

He eventually follows in his father's footsteps and becomes a flight director at Johnson Space Center. In episode three of the podcast Moonwalk, Bryan and Glynn Lunney share memories of the Apollo Era and NASA's impact on their family.

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