Like Apollo 13, leaders might have only one shot at getting their strategy and execution right in the wake of a global pandemic.
Apollo 13 launched on April 11, 1970, with the set mission to land on the moon, but an explosion on the spacecraft prompted NASA to abruptly cancel the lunar landing in favor of a far more critical objective: return three astronauts safely to Earth.
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