Apollo Guidance Computer Activities

AGC biography - David Hoag

hoag.jpg (29419 bytes)David Hoag

David Hoag joined MIT Instrumentation Lab in 1946 after military service.   He initially worked on  gunfire control and missile fire control against aircraft, and then moved on to be the technical director for the Apollo Guidance and Navigation program. He became program manager and technical director of the program when the previous program manager was reassigned.  After Apollo, he led the advanced systems department group at MIT/IL.  He retired in 1988, and contiunes to consult in the aerospace field.

David Hoag participated in the first AGC conference.

Conference 1

David Hoag's introduction

Hoag also authored documents held on this site and documents held on the NASA site.

-- A.B., Jan 2002.