After winning the race with 62% of the vote, Glenn remarked, "We proved that in 1986, they couldn't kill Glenn with Kindness. He volunteered for service with the occupation in North China, believing it would be a short tour. John Herschel Glenn Jr. (July 18, 1921 – December 8, 2016) was a United States Marine Corps aviator, engineer, astronaut, businessman and politician.
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DeWine responded that he would if Glenn would disclose how he spent the money he received from Charles Keating, fallout from Glenn being named one of the Keating Five.  The identities of the seven were announced at a press conference at Dolley Madison House in Washington, D.C., on April 9, 1959: Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper, Glenn, Gus Grissom, Wally Schirra, Alan Shepard, and Deke Slayton.
I didn't do anything wrong.
The task force was created to survey environmental problems in the state and released a report in 1971 detailing the issues.
The count ran swiftly - T minus 36 down to T minus 22.
Senator John Heinz Award for public service by an elected or appointed official, one of the annual Jefferson Awards.  When the Republican Party regained control of the Senate in 1996, Glenn became the ranking minority member on the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations until he was succeeded by Carl Levin. Less than one month later, Shepard was launched into space aboard Freedom 7 on a suborbital flight.  For his service in Korea, Glenn received two more Distinguished Flying Crosses and eight more Air Medals.  The flight took Glenn to a maximum altitude (apogee) of about 162 miles (261 km) and a minimum altitude of 100 miles (160 km) (perigee). A decorated pilot, he flew nearly 150 combat missions during World War II and the Korean War. On October 15, 1998, NASA Road 1 (the main route to the Johnson Space Center) was temporarily renamed John Glenn Parkway for several months.
As it seemed unlikely that he would be selected for Project Apollo missions, he resigned from NASA on January 16, 1964, and announced his Democratic Party candidacy for the U.S. Senate from his home state of Ohio the following day, becoming the first astronaut-politician.  He was promoted to major in July 1952.
, Glenn chaired the Committee on Governmental Affairs from 1987 to 1995. The destroyer Noa picked up Glenn amd spacecraft 21 minutes after landing near Grand Turk Island. I come in peace. Richardson refused and resigned in protest, triggering the Saturday Night massacre. Glenn was supposed to go with him to celebrate, but decided not to as there would be many people there.  In 2012, President Barack Obama presented Glenn with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
, After testing, the astronaut candidates had to wait 10 to 12 days for the results. Both pledged their support to the Space Program, and promised that the careers of volunteers would not be adversely affected.  His cross-country flight made him a minor celebrity. , In 1970, Young did not seek reelection and the seat was open.  He was among the first group of astronauts to be awarded the Congressional Space Medal of Honor. He opened offices in 43 states by January 1984. This conflicted with President Carter's desire to fund the B-2 bomber program. ", "It is T minus six minutes and 30 seconds. This would be Glenn's fourth term as senator. In August, with the Americans still having failed to make an orbital flight, the Russians sprinted further ahead in the space race when Titov spent more than 25 hours in space aboard Vostok 2, making 17 orbits.
Indrawn breaths were audible.
 The press reported that while many Ohioans were skeptical of Glenn's qualifications for the Senate, he would have a difficult, but winnable, campaign to defeat Young in the primary and win the general election.
 He flew an F8U Crusader 2,445 miles (3,935 km) from Los Alamitos, California to Floyd Bennett Field in New York City in 3 hours, 23 minutes and 8.3 seconds, averaging supersonic speed despite three in-flight refuelings when speeds dropped below 300 miles per hour (480 km/h).
the crowd has hushed, tense, tingling.
Mercury-Atlas 6 (MA-6) was the first American orbital spaceflight, which took place on February 20, 1962. Glenn would not authorize a larger budget and tried to expand the scope of the investigation to include members of the GOP. It dealt with fire and explosive fuel and great temperatures and speeds and altitudes never known before by an American - all things which were necessary before the nation can step further out into space and meet the national goal of a manned lunar landing before the end of this decade. First Lady Rosalynn Carter also spoke at the event, during which she criticized Glenn for speaking publicly about the issue.
" The magnitude of the challenge ahead of them was made clear a few weeks later, on the night of May 18, 1959, when the seven astronauts gathered at Cape Canaveral to watch their first rocket launch, of an SM-65D Atlas, which was similar to the one that was to carry them into orbit. while the shuttle is still in its embryonic stage". today rode his fiery Mercury spacecraft screaming back through the atmosphere in a triumphal climax to his triple orbit of the earth.
, On February 20, 1997, which was the 35th anniversary of his Friendship 7 flight, Glenn announced that his retirement from the Senate would occur at the end of his term in January 1999.
 Both his wife and Scott Carpenter campaigned on his behalf during February and March, but doctors gave Glenn a recovery time of one year. Talking constantly with tracking stations below, he soared across the Atlantic, Africa, the Indian Ocean and Austria. They needed only three of the five minutes.  At the conclusion of the investigation, officials said the remains were not disrespected as inspectors did not accept Zwicharowski's offer, and that Zwicharowski's actions were improper. He supported flying research scientists. Walter Cronkite described it as "dull", and other delegates complained that he was hard to hear.
 Kindness spoke to his supporters and warned them against LaRouche candidates. The audience here, 500 newsmen and a score of Congressmen, plus industry chiefs whose companies had built the spacecraft components, groaned. John J. Gilligan, the Ohio Governor at the time, appointed Glenn to be the chairman of the Citizens Task Force on Environmental Protection in 1970. Fellow astronauts M. Scott Carpenter, Glenn's "backup" pilot today, and Donald K. (Zeke) Slayton, who is scheduled to make the next orbital flight, flew to Grand Turk to meet Glenn.
T minus one minute and counting.
Glenn's campaign spent a significant amount of money on television advertising in Iowa, and Glenn chose not to attend an Iowan debate on farm issues. He might have been flying a Marine Corps vehicle of any sort somewhere else. A capsule technician inside the spacecraft checks the interior for any damage.
 He now had nearly 9,000 hours of flying time, including about 3,000 hours in jets.
 He remembered learning about Landwirth's background: "Henri doesn't talk about it much. In 1970, Glenn won most of the counties in Ohio but lost in those with larger populations.