Eisele, Donn Fulton, 1930-1987

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Donn F. Eisele (b. June 23, 1930, Columbus, OH–d. December 2, 1987, Tokyo, Japan) was a United States Air Force officer, test pilot, and a NASA astronaut. He occupied the Command Module Pilot seat during the flight of Apollo 7 in 1968. After retiring from both NASA and the Air Force, he became the Peace Corps country director for Thailand.
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Place Name Admin Code Country
Kingdom of Thailand 00 TH
Columbus OH US
Tokyo 40 JP
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Birth 1930-06-23

Death 1987-12-02

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