Frank Borman Oral History Interview
This interview was part of an oral history program at the NASA Johnson Space Center. He was interviewed by Catherine Harwood on April 13, 1999, in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Frank Borman talked about his life and career. He was a Gemini and Apollo astronaut who served as commander of Apollo 8, the first NASA mission to fly around the Moon.
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