"The Right Stuff" pilot is still flying at 89

12/7/2012 | USA Today

Chuck Yeager was a test pilot whose exploits were made famous by the film "The Right Stuff." This year, on the 65th anniversary of his first supersonic flight, he borrowed a F-15 at Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas to repeat the feat. "I'll be 90 in February, and while I'm not gonna run no marathon, I still hunt and fish and fly," said Yeager.

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