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Lt. Col. Rodger Pitt, a man with soul and career pointed toward the heavens: Recently promoted Dexter native advances career in military space

U.S. Army Lt. Col. Rodger Pitt stands in front of the Navy's Atlas V Mobile User Objective System rocket before its launch, Feb. 24, 2012. Pitt is currently serving in the Navy Communications Satellite Program Office as the assistant program manager for MUOS. (Photo courtesy United Launch Alliance)



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Date Taken:02.15.2012

Date Posted:10.01.2012 17:24

Photo ID:674755

VIRIN:120215-O-ZZ999-099

Resolution:3200x4000

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Location:CAPE CANAVERAL, FL, USGlobe

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