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The event is a reminder of the dangers that military aviators face, even during training.
Yeager, who was born in 1923 in West Virginia, died yesterday at the age of 97 after a long career as an aviator in which he flew next-generation jets and trained astronauts.
It was a good half hour later when the young aviator had been revived.
ON THE EDGE OF THE ARCTICHARRY LINCOLN SAYLER
The aviator, understanding without being warned, had turned the plane.
There they waited for three days at the place of rendezvous appointed by John Willie, the Bosnian aviator.
This suited Fulton and Stone, for it would bring them to the period named by the Bosnian aviator.
In order to arise or descend, the aviator made use of the spark lever, thus varying the number of turns of the propeller.
LANGLEY MEMOIR ON MECHANICAL FLIGHT, PARTS I AND IIS. P. (SAMUEL PIERPONT) LANGLEY AND CHARLES M. (CHARLES MATTHEWS) MANLY
How the aviator escaped will always remain a complete mystery.
But the invader on this occasion turned out to be a British aviator from one of the camps who was bringing a message to London.
A TRAVELLER IN WAR-TIMEWINSTON CHURCHILL
All the Camerons, you see, knew perfectly well what happens to an aviator whose machine catches fire.
THE CAMERONS OF HIGHBOROBETH B. GILCHRIST

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