What did Chuck Yeager do?
Chuck Yeager, a US Air Force fighter pilot, was a fighter ace in World War II.
After World War II, he became a Test Pilot and became the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound on 14 October 1947 while flying a Bell X-1 experimental aircraft named "Glamorous Glennis"
The flight originated at the Muroc Army Air Field, now Edwards Airforce Base in California, near Los Angeles.
Betty Moses' husband Del was a friend of Chuck Yeager's. After Glennis, Chuck Yeager's first wife, died, and after Del died, Betty was one of the many gals Chuck used to see. Betty was also one of many who wanted to marry Chuck Yeager. She has good taste. Betty was very generous - she donated her Chuck Yeager collection to DRI - for down-syndrome folks.
General Chuck Yeager has flown to space in the F-104 in the early 1960's - 118,000 feet. However due to the deal between the US and Russia, for national security for sovereign nations, space arbitrarily defined as 50 miles from the earth and each nation owned the airspace above it up to 50 miles. General Chuck Yeager is still considered the most famous test pilot in the world. Some very crucial safety procedures we have…