At the age of 95, the first American to orbit the Earth has passed away. John Glenn was not only known for his achievements in space, but also for serving the state of Ohio as a Democratic Senator for 24 years. He was on hand to announce the votes of the Democratic National Primary in 1996 and many other accomplishments during his life.
FOX News Radio takes a look back on John Glenn's legacy:
Today we lost a great pioneer of air and space in John Glenn. He was a hero and inspired generations of future explorers. He will be missed.
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