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My major advisor at Auburn University is James R. Hansen, who recently published the first authorized biography of Neal Armstrong entitled First Man. I had the pleasure of assisting with some of the research for the book. During one of Dr. Hansen's first interviews with Armstrong, the question came up as to who Dr. Hansen should interview for the book. Armstrong replied that if Bill Tindall were still living, he would be the most worthy individual from NASA to interview.
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