Scott ’54 Awarded Jacksonville University’s Presidential Global Citizen Award

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Retired astronaut COL(R) David Randolph Scott ’54 has survived a Gemini VIII space capsule in a manic roll. He has logged 546 hours and 54 minutes in space and was the first person to drive on the Moon during the Apollo 15 mission in 1971. But the 90-year-old U.S. Air Force colonel now has one more cool entry on his voluminous resume: he is only the fifth person to receive the Jacksonville University Presidential Global Citizen Award. He received it Tuesday at the university. Read more.

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