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  1. Chuck Yeager in der Internet Movie Database (englisch) Literatur von und über Chuck Yeager im Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek; Offizielle Webpräsenz (englisch) Capt. Chuck Yeager. The first man to break the sound barrier, flying the Bell-X1, shot down 11 German planes. Gen Chuck Yeager - The legend passes; Der Spiegel (Hrsg ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ChuckChuck - Wikipedia

    Chuck Yeager (1923–2020), retired brigadier general in the United States Air Force and record-setting test pilot Charles ("Chuck") W. Mooney Jr. , American, the Charles A. Heimbold, Jr. Professor of Law, and former interim Dean, at the University of Pennsylvania Law School

  3. Charlotte Elwyn 'Shirley' Yeager (シャーロット・エルウィン・イェーガー, Shārotto Erū~in Iēgā) is a witch of the 501st Joint Fighter Wing. She originates from Liberion and is affiliated with the Liberion Army Air Corps and the Elite Eighth Air Force. A famous test pilot that has set numerous speed and altitude records, Shirley became renowned as 'Glamorous Shirley ...

  4. 数々の実績を評して州都チャールストンの空港(イェーガー空港)や、南チャールストンの州間高速道路77号 (Interstate 77 in West Virginia) 上の カナウハ川 (英語版) に架かる橋(チャック・イェーガー記念橋;Chuck Yeager Memorial Bridge、別名多数) には彼の名がつけられている。

  5. 20/04/2022 · By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) – Airbus on Wednesday defeated an appeal by the estate of Chuck Yeager, the U.S. Air Force pilot who broke the sound barrier, accusing the aerospace company of ...

  6. 20/04/2022 · By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) – Airbus on Wednesday defeated an appeal by the estate of Chuck Yeager, the U.S. Air Force pilot who broke the sound barrier, accusing the aerospace company of using his name and likeness without permission to promote its A380 plane and high-speed Racer helicopter.

  7. The launch was scheduled for 9 October 2012, but was aborted due to adverse weather; subsequently the capsule was launched instead on 14 October. Baumgartner's feat also marked the 65th anniversary of U.S. test pilot Chuck Yeager's successful attempt to break the sound barrier in an aircraft. Joseph Kittinger for 4 minutes 36 seconds.