Carroll H. Bolender

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Carroll H. Bolender, was Apollo Spacecraft Program manager for lunar module. Born Clarksville, Ohio. A USAF Brigadier general assigned to NASA, Bolender was named lunar module manager in July 1967 after serving as a mission director in the NASA Office of Manned Space Flight. Prior to joining NASA, he was a member of a studies group in the office of the USAF chief of staff and earlier had worked on USAF aircraft and guided missile systems projects. During World War II, he was a night fighter pilot in the North African and Mediterranean theaters. He holds a BS from Wilmington College, Ohio, and an MS from Ohio State University.