For several generations John Glenn was a larger than life American hero.

When he died this week at 95 it revived memories of a time when Americans thought the universe was boundless.

It’s a striking contrast to the man’s unassuming small town humbleness.  When he died this week at 95 it revived memories of a time when Americans thought the universe was boundless.  Lt. Colonel Steve Hyle (AF, ret.) joined us on Top Story and remembered his dealings with Glenn first as a boy and then later as a military officer.  Colonel Hyle had the pleasure of working with both Glenn and Neil Armstrong.