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  • Long Island's Hidden Past: 9,000 Grumman employees helped put man on the moon

    Long Island's Hidden Past: 9,000 Grumman employees helped put man on the moon

    Thursday, July 4 2019 6:38 AM EDT2019-07-04 10:38:27 GMT
    In 1962, the Grumman Corporation was awarded a contract by NASA to design, assemble and test a spacecraft for the Apollo missions, that would successfully land man on the moon and bring them back safely.In 1962, the Grumman Corporation was awarded a contract by NASA to design, assemble and test a spacecraft for the Apollo missions, that would successfully land man on the moon and bring them back safely.
    In 1962, the Grumman Corporation was awarded a contract by NASA to design, assemble and test a spacecraft for the Apollo missions, that would successfully land man on the moon and bring them back safely.In 1962, the Grumman Corporation was awarded a contract by NASA to design, assemble and test a spacecraft for the Apollo missions, that would successfully land man on the moon and bring them back safely.
    In 1962, the Grumman Corporation was awarded a contract by NASA to design, assemble and test a spacecraft for the Apollo missions, that would successfully land man on the moon and bring them back safely.
    In 1962, the Grumman Corporation was awarded a contract by NASA to design, assemble and test a spacecraft for the Apollo missions, that would successfully land man on the moon and bring them back safely.
  • Hidden Past podcast: LI's Grumman helps put a man on the moon - listen here

    Hidden Past podcast: LI's Grumman helps put a man on the moon - listen here

    Tuesday, July 2 2019 1:35 PM EDT2019-07-02 17:35:03 GMT
    Some 9,000 Grumman employees worked day and night to do something humans had never done before - put a man on the moon. News 12's Danielle Campbell talks to Mike Lisa, Al Contessa and Ross Bracco, who worked on the lunar module.
    Some 9,000 Grumman employees worked day and night to do something humans had never done before - put a man on the moon. News 12's Danielle Campbell talks to Mike Lisa, Al Contessa and Ross Bracco, who worked on the lunar module.

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: South Shore fishing stations

    Long Island's Hidden Past: South Shore fishing stations

    Thursday, June 6 2019 2:30 PM EDT2019-06-06 18:30:11 GMT
    It may not look like much, but the fishing station perched on the edge of Moriches Bay, in East Moriches, has been a fisherman's heaven on earth since the early 1900s.It may not look like much, but the fishing station perched on the edge of Moriches Bay, in East Moriches, has been a fisherman's heaven on earth since the early 1900s.
    It may not look like much, but the fishing station perched on the edge of Moriches Bay, in East Moriches, has been a fisherman's heaven on earth since the early 1900s.It may not look like much, but the fishing station perched on the edge of Moriches Bay, in East Moriches, has been a fisherman's heaven on earth since the early 1900s.
    It may not look like much, but the fishing station perched on the edge of Moriches Bay, in East Moriches, has been a fisherman's heaven on earth since the early 1900s.
    It may not look like much, but the fishing station perched on the edge of Moriches Bay, in East Moriches, has been a fisherman's heaven on earth since the early 1900s.
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