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USASOC to Astronaut Morgan | DVIDS

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Dr. (Col.) Andrew Morgan is an alum from 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) and is now an astronaut currently on the International Space Station. A crowd assembled in Col. Arron Bank Hall on Fort Bragg in order to chat with Morgan and ask him questions about life in space and his journey to becoming an astronaut. Col. Mark Ray, USASOC’s Human’s Performance and Wellness Director, also spoke at the event and introduced Morgan. The questions were asked by children in first grade through 12th grade and ranged from what it was like to fly into space, and if he was conducting any experiments while on the station.

Source: https://www.dvidshub.net/news/365439/usasoc-astronaut-morgan

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