Landing Day Wake Up Song and Greeting


Kate Smith’s rendition of Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America” woke Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley and Mission Specialists Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim. But unlike most wakeup songs, which are played in honor of a particular crew member, this one was dedicated to all the men and women who have worked for the Space Shuttle Program in the past three decades.

OK here we go, need a push America for I just got done watching Inside Job. Knew this shit was going on just hadn’t watch the film yet. If this doesn’t piss you off about the Jack Wagons out there you are one of them. So with that said this wake up call from NASA to Atlantis on her final landing is not only dedicated to the crew and team but for all of us on this planet that steer in the right direction or at lease try.

Like all the effort put into the Shuttle program and it was a world effort and shows that humans can go above and beyond the call no matter what flag you are under. The Shuttle proved that maybe we were learning something even greater than the design and building of the ISS and that is to get along with one another. Do you think?

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