Call me Pat: the autobiography of the man Howard Hughes chose to lead Hughes Aircraft
A definitive biography of the man who helped build one of America's premier aerospace companies, it documents the trials, traumas, & triumphs of a career that took him from Navy radioman to molder of America's space policy to principal architect of Hughes Aircraft Company.
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Foreword by Donald J Atwood
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