Feature: George Mueller, NASA, And Lessons We Must Learn

Last week, the world lost a quiet giant. The lessons he taught us may yet save us.

Perhaps the single most important man in the group responsible for bringing to life John F. Kennedy’s goal of putting humans on the moon by the end of the Sixties, George Mueller—who died on Oct.12 at 97 years old—was an engineer and an administrator possessed of the rare combination of both immense intellect and organizational pragmatism. And his fingerprints are all over the automotive industry.

Read the full story at The Drive.

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