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25 Dec 2016 admin In G+ Posts

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  1. Memo Martinez 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    I'd to fly can you come to pick me up to have a ride? im living in L.A😀

  2. businge dankan 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    Nyc

  3. Austin King 25 Dec 2016 Reply

    Lol I'd thought it be better

  4. Christian Jackson 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    Yeah it does it have a nice person in your arms are a good nigkht to see if it were not one thing you could

  5. Christian Jackson 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    You. Are. Didn't. Too bad the same as you can see the sun is still in shock of your life whejsmshsjill be on the floor to shake oo o you are not the end I am in

  6. Christian Jackson 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    Svvhfvf

  7. Christian Jackson 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    You ready to see the world runs through my phone r

  8. Reo Cruz 26 Dec 2016 Reply

    I'd that the astronaut James W Knight that flew the X-15?

  9. Clifford Toney 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    The mighty X- 15! In her day, the only plane that could catch one was an SR- 71 Blackbird! I remember it when it was new!

  10. Christopher Rose 27 Dec 2016 Reply

    astronaut wings

  11. Hoss Gilmer 8 Jan 2017 Reply

    It was a rocket, dropped from belly of a b29 or b52 it would fall free, ignite rocket engine till it reached max speed. An d fuel was expended , then dead stick glide to rolling landing in the desert, Chuck Yeager became first man to break speed of sound in this baby

  12. Reo Cruz 8 Jan 2017 Reply

    +Hoss Gilmer false. Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in the Bell X-1 that was dropped by a B-29. The X-15 was dropped by a B-52 and was flown by William J Knight at more than Mach 6.

  13. Hoss Gilmer 11 Jan 2017 Reply

    You are correct. Good job ace!

  14. Brian Prindle 18 Jan 2017 Reply

    Rocketman!!

  15. Clifford Toney 18 Jan 2017 Reply

    +Reo Cruz. Absolutely true. You know the X- 15 well, as you do your history. Well said.

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