For twenty-seven years, Chuck Fisher was an experimental test pilot for the Boeing Company. He also served in the Military Police during World War II, flew fighter interceptors in Korea, and participated in 17 missions in Vietnam as an instructor-pilot. Fisher performed the entire Category One testing on the B-52G and H models, and was known as a superbly competent test pilot. Among the SAC crews he flew with, trained, and helped, he was called "Mr. B-52." This fictional account is an adventure, and the story of a complex character who succeeds in a hazardous and exciting profession.
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Charles F. Fisher, an Aeronautical Engineer, retired from the Boeing Company in 1984. There, he was Project Pilot on three programs. He became Chief of Flight Operations, and Senior Experimental Pilot, before ending his career as Chief of Systems Safety. He has over 30,000 hours of flying experience in both peace and war. Steve Conway, a long-time friend of Mr. Fisher, retired from the forest products industry in 1992 and now pursues a career as a writer and archaeologist. This is Conway's third book.
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