Apr. 7, 2007- KSC Security Force on break

Here are some of NASA’s security force taking a break in an undisclosed area—

They say that there are over 5,000 alligators living on the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge here at KSC. The ones in this picture look to be between 4 and 10 feet long. I have seen several that are over 12 feet long around the parking areas here at work. A couple have been removed from here that were over 18 feet long. One had to be taken out near pad B during STS-121 (Discovery return to flight back in 2005) when he went after one of our inspectors outside of the office areas. You must be pretty dumb to try and sneak around in the swamps out here.

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About John Sep

Former Space Shuttle aerospace technician and private pilot now looking towards the next great adventure. Soon to be heading home from my overseas assignment! Transfered my blog from MySpace to here so check my older stuff for info and pictures from my days in space shuttle processing- lots of behind the scenes stuff! He drew pics, flew planes, fought fires and helped launch people into space - what will he do next?
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