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Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria: “Get out, racists!” by Saxon Day IN THE 1950s when the American government was looking for a site to build the proposed United States Air Force Academy, legendary patriot Charles Lindbergh was on the advisory panel. They ultimately selected Colorado Springs. When…
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Chuck Yeager by David Sims CHUCK YEAGER has died at the age of 97. He was from West Virginia, the state where I live. He was an Air Force ace and test pilot. He was also the first man to break the sound barrier in the experimental aircraft X-1. He risked his life for his country many times, both in combat and otherwise.…
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