Apollo 11 Splashdown — First Frogman to Reach Astronauts — Available for Interviews
ATLANTA, July 21 /Christian Newswire/ — John Wolfram was the first man in the water to recover the Apollo 11 crew as they splashed down in the Pacific in 1969. From Wolfram’s autobiography, SPLASHDOWN: The Rescue of a Navy Frogman, „I unstrapped from my seat and stood in the open door, hoping I wouldn’t make any mistakes. Aware of the world’s eyes upon me, I leaped into the choppy ocean alone.“
John Wolfram, a celebrated Navy Seal, served his country twice in Vietnam and was wounded, receiving the Purple Heart. Now 60 years old, he travels worldwide impacting thousand with his story, including Vietnam, where lost eight of his friends during the war.
John Wolfram authored Splashdown, The Rescue of a Navy Frogman, on his life and experiences, including the Apollo 11 adventure. „SPLASHDOWN is a fast-paced and superb read. It doesn’t get any better than this folks. You’re going to love it.“ – Scott W. Carmichael, author and senior security and counterintelligence investigator for the DIA.
John Wolfram has appeared in National Geographic, LOOK Magazine and many other periodicals. In the past week he has been interviewed by FOX, CBS, NBC, ABC, CBN, The Weather Channel, and was the cover feature in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Recent media interviews available online include:
Local Man Had Big Role in Apollo 11 Mission, July 20, Atlanta CBS News
Ex-diver Greets Apollo 11 on Return, July 20, Atlanta FOX News
Rescuer of Apollo Astronauts Now Saves Souls, July 3, Henry Daily Herald
„I had SO much fun talking with you and hearing your incredible story. You are one heck of a storyteller, and yours is surely worth telling!“ Laura Daniels– News anchor and reporter — K-LOVE / Air 1 Radio Networks – – (644 stations.)
To interview with John Wolfram please call 770-957- 4904, 678-654-1487 cell, or email firstname.lastname@example.org