Hardware and Software Control Engineer
Kenton Greene was involved with the Apollo Project from the very first proposal the MIT Instrumentation Lab put together in 1961. His involvement ran through the entire program and allowed him to work on both the hardware and software design and development. He headed the team that managed configuration control for both the hardware and software.
Until 1972, Greene attended every flight readiness review in Houston, recorded notes for meetings between Cambridge and Houston, and held a management role.