With Astronaut Jeffrey Williams as keynote speaker.
Jeffrey N. Williams, Colonel, U.S. Army, Ret., flew on Expedition 47/48, completing his fourth mission, making it a record-breaking mission aboard the International Space Station. He has now spent a total of 534 hours in space, giving him the distinction of having the most hours in space until 2017.
The Wisconsin native is a 1980 graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point. He and his wife, Anna-Marie (née Moore) of Newburgh, NY, have two sons and four grandchildren. After serving a three-year assignment in Germany, Williams completed a graduate program in Aeronautical Engineering and went on to attend the Naval Test Pilot School, from which he graduated first in his class in 1993. He was selected for the NASA Astronaut Class of 1996 and has logged approximately 3,100 hours in more than 50 different aircraft.
Williams retired from active duty in 2007, after 27 plus years of service. Although retired, Col. Williams continues to hold a position at NASA.
We hope you will join us to hear Col. Williams' amazing story and to share a morning of prayer and inspiration with fellow Orange County residents.