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Doug Cooke Retires From NASA

By Keith Cowing
August 16, 2011
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NASA’S Exploration Associate Administrator Doug Cooke To Retire
“Doug Cooke, who worked for nearly 38 years in NASA’s space shuttle, International Space Station and exploration systems programs, will retire from the agency effective Oct. 3. Cooke most recently served as NASA’s associate administrator for the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (ESMD), which is responsible for developing capabilities for sending humans deeper into space. Before retiring, Cooke will serve as deputy associate administrator for the agency’s new Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate.”

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