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    Grumman Aerospace NASA Tool Kit. Metal tool with metallic labels from the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation (KSC #076360) and NASA (KSC #Z51617) and a paper Kennedy Space Center Calibration label noting "Calibrated 1 Sept 72/ Due Date 1 Mar 73" affixed. Housed in a red metal box, 12" x 9" x 3.5" with Grumman metallic plate affixed identifying the contents as "Part No. LDW420-52002-1, Pull Assembly, Fixture/ Pull Test, Water umbilical Hose," dated August 17, 1970. 1971 and 1972 "Inventory" labels affixed on box. This tool kit is believed to have been used in the manufacture and testing of the Lunar Excursion Module built at Grumman in Bethpage, New York.

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    October, 2008
    7th Tuesday
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