John AaronJohn W. Aaron (born 1943) is a former NASA engineer and was a flight controller during the Apollo program. He is widely credited with saving the Apollo 12 mission when it was struck by lightning soon after launch, and also played an important role during the Apollo 13 crisis. Provided by Wikipedia
Cretaceous and lower Tertiary stratigraphy in northwestern Puerto Rico / by David H. McIntyre, John M. Aaron and Othmar T. Tobisch.CONNECT
Book Government Document
Student personnel programs in transition [by] A. J. Brumbaugh [and] Ralph F. Berdie [of the Subcommittee on Analysis of Consultants' Advisory Service Reports]
Published 1952Other Authors: '; “...Brumbaugh, Aaron John, 1890-...”
Great Smoky Mountains wildflowers / Carlos C. Campbell, William F. Hutson, Aaron J. Sharp ; with additional photos. by David deL. Condon ... [et al.].
by Campbell, Carlos C. 1892-1978.“...(Aaron John),...”
Educational counseling of college students, by Helen D. Bragdon, A. J. Brumbaugh, Basil H. Pillard [and] E. G. Williamson...
by Bragdon, Helen Dalton, 1895-Other Authors: '; “...Brumbaugh, Aaron John....”