Paul C. Donnelly facts for kids
Paul C. Donnelly
Official NASA portrait, 1969
|Died||March 12, 2014
|Known for||Apollo launch operations management|
|Awards||NASA Distinguished Service Medal (2)
NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal (3)
NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal
|Fields||Guided missiles, electrical engineering|
1942–45: National Hydraulic Lab
|Influences||Hugh L. Dryden|
|Influenced||George Page, Robert Sieck|
Paul Charles Donnelly (March 28, 1923 - March 12, 2014) was an American guided missile pioneer and a senior NASA manager. He was the manager during the Apollo moon landing program at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). Donnelly helped develop the U.S. Navy's Bat, the first "smart bomb" in the history of warfare. He was born in Altoona, Pennsylvania.
Images for kids
Paul C. Donnelly Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.