NEW NASA ADMINISTRATOR TO VISIT DRYDEN FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER
January 28, 2002
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--nasa-- Note to Editors: NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe will make his first visit to the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif., January 31. O'Keefe will meet with NASA Dryden employees and inspect facilities and aircraft at this cutting-edge aeronautical research facility.
A brief opportunity for media members to talk with O'Keefe is scheduled from 3-3:20 p.m. at Dryden. Media members who want to attend this session should call Beth Hagenauer at NASA Dryden public affairs at (661) 276-7960. Media must be U. S. citizens, provide full name, date and place of birth, driver's license number and last six digits of their social security number. Two forms of photo ID are required for media to enter Edwards Air Force Base, where Dryden is located. Expect delays at the Edwards Air Force Base west gate. The west gate off Highway 14 at Rosamond, Calif., will be the only entrance for media.
O'Keefe, who was sworn in as NASA Administrator on Dec. 21, is visiting all NASA centers to learn their capabilities. After his visit to Dryden, he will tour the Ames Research Center near San Francisco.
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