Inside track: NASA
Jeffrey L Heninger, attorney-adviser at NASA HQ in Washington DC, gives an insight into his “dream job” and the challenges of working for a government agency.
Generations of American children have gazed at the stars and dreamed of being an astronaut when they grow up, and the young Jeffrey L Heninger was no exception. In fact, given that his father worked alongside spacemen and rocket scientists at NASA, this was more bona fide career ambition than idle pipe dream. However, it turned out that fate had other plans in store for him.
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