Shuttle off load part 2

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NASA engineer Dennis Jenkins kindly allowed us to post his presentation on the Space Shuttle loading process in Washington D.C. last week. Dennis lived in Tucson in the 1970s while attending high school. He was part of the team that moved our first group of 48 aircraft to the museum in 1974 prior to our grand opening in 1976!

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Shuttle off load part 2

  1. 1. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload1
  2. 2. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload2
  3. 3. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload3
  4. 4. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload4
  5. 5. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload5
  6. 6. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload6
  7. 7. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload7
  8. 8. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload8
  9. 9. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload9
  10. 10. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload10
  11. 11. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload11
  12. 12. OV-103 Dual-Crane Offload12
  13. 13. OV-101 Meets OV-10313
  14. 14. Arrival Ceremony at Udvar-Hazy Center14
  15. 15. OV-103 Arrives at the Space Hangar15
  16. 16. OV-103 Arrives at the Space Hangar16
  17. 17. Discovery’s New Home17
  18. 18. OV-103 Flight Deck18
  19. 19. OV-103 Payload Bay19

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