Miller, Howard G.

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    Finding Aid for the Harold G. Miller Papers, 1959-1987 (#2014-0006)
    (UHCL Archives staff, 2014) Miller, Howard G.
    Harold G. Miller joined NASA in September 1959 to develop a training program for Project Mercury support staff. He began as section head of the Simulation Design Section at Cape Canaveral, Florida. In 1962, he moved to the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center facilities in Houston, Texas. His responsibilities expanded to the Gemini and Apollo programs. Miller managed the Flight Control Division before he left NASA in 1970. He returned to NASA in 1983 to help establish a Space Station program in the Station Development. Miller eventually returned to NASA headquarters in the Office of Manned Space Flight and tracked space shuttle performance in the Chief Engineer’s office. This collection contains congressional reports, NASA reports, National Geographic Magazine reprints, newspaper articles, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics reprints, NASA program description documents, and NASA description documents, scattered in dates from 1959 to 1987.