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03/05/2007 American astronaut Wally Schirra dies

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Wally Schirra interview Gemini & Apollo

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F 1964 Footage of Gemini GT-6 1965, with Wally Schirra on board.

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F 1967 Astronaut Wally Schirra Candids and interview

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How Did Head Colds Lead to Mutiny on Apollo 7?

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Mercury Astronauts early film clips - Alan Shepard, John Glenn, Wally Schirra [HD, 1961]

Wally Schirra was an American naval aviator and astronaut and the only man to fly Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions. Originally a naval pilot and later a test pilot, he was selected for the first astronaut training programme and became one of the original Mercury Seven. Schirra spent a total of 12 days 7 hours and 12 minutes in space. He retired from the navy after his Apollo 7 flight.
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