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Moon drill

Jeffery D. Ansell, Senior Vice President and Group Executive for Stanley Black & Decker, holds a historic Black & Decker tool as he shows it to Christian S. Johansson, Maryland Secretary of Business & Economic Development, and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. The first power head built in 1968 for the Apollo lunar surface drill was used to remove core samples from the moon. They are on their way to a press conference at the company's headquarters where Ansell announced the company's $12 million investment in its Towson headquarters to retain 1,100 jobs. Baltimore Sun photo by Kim Hairston
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