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WCS Helps Move Load From Kennedy Space Center to White House

WCS Permits Moves NASA Aircraft to White House

Last week, transportation consultants from WCS Permits & Pilot Cars’ Columbus, OH office successfully WCS Permits Moves NASA Aircraft to White Househelped a 90-foot NASA exploration flight test capsule arrive safely at the White House for a press conference.

The spacecraft, The Orion, was on display as part of President Trump’s “Made in America Product Showcase.” 

At 84,000 pounds, 15′-1″ high and 17′ wide, the load traveled from the Kennedy Space Center in Titusville, FL to the White House in Washington, D.C., safely making its was through the Sunshine state and across several others before finally unloading on the South Lawn of the White House.

Several days later, the load made its return trip to Florida. 

WCS’ Pilot Car department also did the route surveys prior to the oversize load permit submission and approval, and before the load hit the road. 

According to an article published by The New York Post, The Orion, which is being developed by Lockheed Martin, was first tested in 2014.

It also said, Orion project manager Michael Haws and NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine were on hand for the event. 

WCS Permits worked with the carrier to route and obtain all necessary state, city and county oversize load permits to allow for its transport. 

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