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This is the true story of a WW 2 cargo pilot who returns to help the United States develop its first satellites launched into space, but more than that, it is an account of human ambition, accomplishment, and dreams. 

Follow the exciting history of the beginning of the US space program including the International Space Station, all the while thinking of and seeing a perspective beyond.

©2021 Roderick Edwards (P)2021 Roderick Edwards

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What a great lsiren!

This is a story about what’s great about America! Despite popular and ignorant opinion today America is a wonderful place to live, where else can you be raise a poor son of a farmer and grow up to be the brains behind satellites in space. Wilford Scully would make many stops along the way before NASA and all we’re things he could be proud of like fighting and flying planes during wartime to just being a good son and then then he gave a gift to to America not only risking his life or freedom, but putting satellites in space. While we were at the beach, going to school or just a Munding job we hate it is people like Wilford Scully hard at work to keep our country number one. A great American story. The narrator did an awesome job and the author who brought up great questions as he always tends to do in his books. I loved it and can’t wait for the next audiobook by this author.