Former NASA Flight Director Paul Hill discusses the importance of leadership values using the lessons learned from the Columbia, Challenger and Apollo One vehicle failures.
Paul Hill served as one of NASA’s leading rocket scientists for more than 25 years, including eight as director of Mission Operations at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.
A former Blinn College lecturer and a third-generation graduate of Texas A&M University, Hill earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in aerospace engineering. Following graduation, he worked in military satellite operations in the Air Force. Attaining the rank of captain, Hill served as an aerodynamics and aircraft performance instructor.
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