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Published:March 28th, 2010 13:04 EST
Judyth Piazza sits down with Colonel Rick Searfoss

Judyth Piazza sits down with Colonel Rick Searfoss

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

 

As one of less than a hundred people who have actually commanded a human space mission, Colonel Rick Searfoss speaks on leadership, teamwork, and personal performance with authority born of in-depth personal experience. He has piloted two Space Shuttle missions and commanded a third, with over 939 hours in space and 5400 hours flying time in 61 different types of aircraft.

His first space flight in 1993 set the record for the longest duration Space Shuttle mission. In 1996 he piloted Atlantis to the Russian space station Mir.

With the STS-90 Neurolab " mission on Columbia in 1998, Rick commanded the most complex scientific research space mission ever flown, with unparalleled mission success. Rick has over twenty-five years experience as a leader in some of the most demanding team endeavors possible " human space flight, test flying, and tactical military aviation. Unsurpassed credibility and experience coupled with out-of-this-world speaking skills!

All information and photos obtained from http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/Bios/htmlbios/searfoss.html and http://www.astronautspeaker.com/

 

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