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Hunington pennslyvania - a on in the Jets Smash (Continued From -First...
a on in the Jets Smash (Continued From -First Page) boat "the explosion." . . The last record, set by pilot (Lt.)-. Richard F'. Gordon, 31, Seattle, flying with radar officer Lt. (J.G.) Bobbie R. Young, 34, Modesto, Calif., won the Bendix Trophy Award on its average speed of 869.7 miles an hour. All three jets, besides breaking records, broke the sound barrier and with it scores - pf windows, in New Jersey. , "...• : '". . ... The three planes : flew most ,,of the way at 50,000 feet, but .three times they came down to 30,000 feet for in-flight refueling.

Clipped from The Daily News25 May 1961, ThuPage 17

The Daily News (Huntingdon, Pennsylvania)25 May 1961, ThuPage 17
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