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March 26, 1965: Remarks at a Reception for Astronauts Grissom and Young

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Lyndon B. Johnson

March 26, 1965

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President Johnson offers recognition of Major Grissom and Commander Young, two astronauts who have recently returned from space. Major Gus Grissom is, as of this landing, is the first man to enter space twice. Johnson also praises the efforts of NASA's extensive support and ground staff, who he delcares the astronauts are always first to recognize as equally responsible for successful launches.

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