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BETWEEN KITTYHAWK AND THE MOON - MEMOIRS OF AN AVIATION PIONEER

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Part# 13-09606
MFR Model# 9780139228128

Overview

This book is the memoirs of Russell Holderman's contribution to aviation as a true pioneer. Holderman's career spanned from the infancy of aviation to the corporate jet. He completed his first solo flight in a Curtiss pusher biplane in 1913. His license, #227, was signed by Orville Wright. Russ was a stalwart in aviation through sixty years, stunt pilot, barnstomer, World Ware I instructor, airmail pilot, LT. Commander U.S. Naval Reserve, chief pilot for Gannett Newspapers, Past President of the Early Birds, an inductee of the OX-5 club Aviation Hall of Fame - and a friend of many of the other great aviation figures such as Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, and Eddie Rickenbacker. Russ was a man of vitality, spirit, courage, and determination, as well as a man of kindness, warmth, loyalty, pride, and vision.

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  • Written by Russel F. Holderman
  • Pages: 262
  • Size: 10" x 7" 0.7"
  • Weight: 1.3 pounds

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