He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.
As many of my readers noticed, I didn't publish any of my own blogs in January and February.
This was still the age of the slide rule and not digital computing.
We never had the benefit of data evaluation, before or after a single one of my 14 maximum zoom flights, and I certainly could have benefited from them.
The school, our customer, had no funding for that, as I said, the school didn’t even want us to fly the tests.
While rape and murder can be forms of domestic violence, most often domestic violence consists of lesser forms of physical abuse such as slapping and pushing. As a result, a suspect who strikes a significant other may be charged with domestic violence instead of (or in addition to) other crimes such as assault and battery.
Recognizing that domestic abusers take advantage of their victims' trust and confidence, after a conviction for domestic violence prosecutors often push for sentences that are harsher than those that might be sought for assault-type crimes involving two strangers.
With the return of the sun and some interesting decisions from the Federal Circuit, it’s time to get back to tracking Alice Storm.
First, an update on the overall Alice Storm numbers, through the end of February, 2017: Compared to the December numbers, the changes are mixed.
Engineers, led by our best, Bob Hoey, were reducing Chuck’s flight data on his last two zooms, including the accident.
They began providing charts for the manual, and suddenly, Clendon Hendrickson was personally interested, if not very contributory. engineer, who had responsibility but no means to report on our prior tests.
After Yeager’s accident, all of the resources of the Engineering Directorate were at the disposal of the Accident Board.
My one-man effort to write the Flight Manual, where no one cared or read it before, was now facing a review board chaired by the colonel who was Director of Engineering.
This manual is largely derived from the manual for the CMUCL system, which was produced at Carnegie Mellon University and later released into the public domain.