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Holy Cross pennant blasts off

The LockhartsOn June 5, the Space Shuttle Endeavor lifted off from Cape Canaveral on mission STS-111, destined for the International Space Station. It was NASA’s 14th shuttle mission to the orbital outpost. Included in the mission payload, Endeavor carried a new crew for the station, a new platform for the station’s robotic arm and a Holy Cross pennant. The pennant was sent by Mary (Germaine) Lockhart ’82, a colonel in the Air Force Reserves specializing in combat meteorology, and wife of Endeavor pilot, Paul S. Lockhart. The Lockharts reside in Houston, Texas, with their daughters, Jenna, 9, and Marisa, 6. Astronaut Lockhart will be heading back into space in November as the pilot for shuttle mission STS-113.


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