Across the High Frontier: The Story of a Test Pilot-Major Charles E. Yeager, Usaf
Recounts Yeager's experiences during World War II when he was shot down over France and escaped from the Germans, explains why he was selected to fly the X-1, and describes how he was the first to break the sound barrier
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Air Force aircraft airplane Albert Boyd altitude answer asks assigned begin Bell X-1 Bob Hoover Bob Stanley bomber buffeting Cardenas Chuck Chuck Yeager climb cockpit Colonel Ascani Colonel Boyd combat crew cylinder damn desk door drop engine everything fear feel feet finally fire flew flown fuel fuselage Glennis says Goodlin grin guys hangar happened hear hell Hoover Jack jettison Larry Bell liquid oxygen look lox tank Mach number Mickey miles an hour mind minutes morning move Muroc NACA never night Nissen huts nose Okay plane powered flight pressure ride Ridley says risk rocket Roger roll ship shot sound barrier speed of sound squadron stand suddenly switch tail talk tell test pilot There's thing transonic truck turn valve voice waiting walk watch wing worry Wright Field Yeager