Lunney, Glynn S. (1936–)
Longtime NASA official who trained as an aeronautical engineer and came
to the Lewis Research Center around the time
of NASA's creation in 1958 to join the Space Task Group developing Project
Mercury. He worked on the Apollo
program in a number of positions including manager of the Apollo Spacecraft
Program in 1973, and manager of the Apollo-Soyuz
Test Project at the Johnson Space Center.
Thereafter, he managed the development of the Space
Shuttle and held several other NASA posts. Lunney retired from NASA
in 1985 and became vice president and general manager of Houston Operations
for Rockwell International's Space Systems Division.