Howard Hughes: Aviator
Naval Institute Press, 2004 - 257 pages
A test pilot for Howard Hughes separates fact from fiction to tell an insider's story of the aviation genius who set speed records in the 1930s and went on to develop some of America's most famous aircraft and weapons.
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Written in an anecdotal style that never seemed to go very deep into any particular aspect of Hughes, his aircraft or his business endeavors. Read full review
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