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On This Day in Air Force History

  
Via:  Trout Giggles  •  4 months ago  •  4 comments


On This Day in Air Force History
Could you imagine the parachute drifting and coming down in a populated location? That would be typical for a government project. Drunk people freaking out; lol.

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On this day in Air Force History
March 21:


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1962: A black bear named “Yogi” became the first living creature ejected from a supersonic aircraft when the USAF tested the B-58’s escape capsule. Ejected at 35,000 feet from a B-58 flying at 870 MPH, the bear landed unharmed 7 minutes 49 seconds later.





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Trout Giggles
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1  seeder  Trout Giggles    4 months ago

Mr Giggles sends this emails to me every day. This one was just too good not to share.

I see a lot of funny comments about this

 
 
 
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2  seeder  Trout Giggles    4 months ago

The quote above is from Mr. Giggles.

 
 
 
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3  Kavika     4 months ago

Did Bare Bear holler out, “Geronimo!'' when he ejected.

 
 
 
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3.1  seeder  Trout Giggles  replied to  Kavika @3    4 months ago

I bet he did

 
 

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