Frederick Hamilton "Rick" Hauck is a retired Captain in the United States Navy, a former fighter pilot and NASA astronaut. He piloted Space Shuttle mission STS-7 and commanded STS-51-A and STS-26.
|Born:||Frederick Hamilton Hauck, Apr 11, 1941, Long Beach, California, U.S.|
|Other occupation:||Naval aviator, test pilot|
|Alma mater:||Tufts University, B.S. 1962, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.S. 1966|
|Time in space:||18d 03h 07m|
|Selection:||1978 NASA Group 8|
|Missions:||STS-7, STS-51-A, STS-26|
|Retirement:||April 3, 1989|
About Frederick Hauck
Astronaut who piloted one Space Shuttle mission and served as commander of two.
He graduated from the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School.
He commanded the first space flight after the Challenger explosion.
He married Susan Cameron Bruce.
He served as commander of the first mission after the Challenger explosion that killed Judith Resnik.
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- United States Astronaut Hall of Fame inductees
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- Recipients of the Defense Distinguished Service Medal
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- Tufts University alumni
- United States Naval Aviators
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