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- Chuck Yeager - Wikipedia
Early life and education Yeager was born February 13, 1923, to farming parents Susie Mae and Albert Hal Yeager in Myra, West Virginia, and graduated from high school in Hamlin, West Virginia, in June 1941 He had two brothers, Roy and Hal Jr , and two sisters, Doris Ann (accidentally killed at age 2 by 6-year-old Roy playing with a shotgun) and Pansy Lee
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- General Chuck Yeager, USAF - Academy of Achievement
"It didn't make any difference to me whether I thought the airplane would go faster than sound I was assigned as a test pilot on it, and it was my duty to fly it " The plane was the X-1, the year was 1947, the pilot was Chuck Yeager But even before he made history by breaking the sound barrier, Yeager's exploits during World War II had made him a legend among his fellow flyers
- Amazon. com: Yeager: An Autobiography (9780553256741 . . .
General Chuck Yeager, the greatest test pilot of them all -- the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound the World War II flying ace who shot down a Messerschmitt jet with a prop-driven P-51 Mustang the hero who defined a certain quality that all hotshot fly-boys of the postwar era aimed to achieve: the right stuff
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- Eren Yeager | Attack on Titan Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
Eren Yeager is a member of the Survey Corps, ranking 5th among the 104th Training Corps, and the main protagonist of Attack on Titan This article is about the 104th Training Corps graduate For the Marley officer of the same name, see Eren Kruger
- Spin the Golden Light Bulb (The Crimson Five): Jackie . . .
"Jackie Yeager’s Spin the Golden Light Bulb is a relatable story with valuable lessons for young readers It imagines a future in which top elementary school students from every state are chosen to compete in a prestigious invention contest called the Piedmont Challenge