The Wrong Stuff

The Wrong Stuff

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Baker & Taylor
The author recounts his training as an aviation cadet during the last years of World War II, his two tours of duty in Korea, and his work as a test pilot in the early days of jet aircraft

Mbi Pub Co
A rollicking account of an acclaimed test pilot's career.

Author John Moore is the "cat with nine lives" of the aviation fraternity. From his early days as a Naval Aviation Cadet he had a knack for flying but seemed to be in the neighborhood of disaster. Through two Korean combat tours, Navy test operations, his years as test pilot for North American Aviation, and the space program he was associated with many near and some real catastrophes.

Publisher: North Branch, MN : Speciality Press ; Stillwater, MN : Distributed to the book trade by Voyager Press, c1997
ISBN: 9781883809102
Branch Call Number: TL540.M66 A3 1997
Characteristics: 214 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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