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Glenn Damato

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in Jersey City, NJ, The United States
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Glenn Damato studied physics and astronomy at the University of Iowa. He served in the US Navy as a nuclear propulsion plant operator aboard an attack submarine. A lifelong space and aviation geek, he holds a pilot's license and once survived a parachute malfunction (fortunately, someone else had been flying the plane). A resident of southern California, Glenn loves to sail at every opportunity and so far has avoided falling overboard ...more

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