Proceedings Magazine - November 1957 Vol. 83/11/657

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Naval Aviation in the Jet Age

Fifteen years ago, Robert M. Stanley of Bell Aircraft Corporation flew the United States into the jet age. The XP-59A (Navy XF2L-1) Airacomet...

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