The true story of one man’s flight into history.
Barnstormer, World War II fighter, pioneering test pilot, aerobatic genius—Bob Hoover is a true American hero. Now, in FOREVER FLYING, he tells his amazing story, sharing all the thrills and chills, spectacular stunts and death-defying exploits that have made him a living aviation legend. Climb into the cockpit with America’s original top gun for an astonishing inside look at flight in action—and on the edge.
• Hoover’s dramatic dogfights as a decorated World War II fighter pilot...including the encounter that knocked him out of the sky
• His daring escape from the Nazis’ infamous Stalag I prison camp—when he stole a German plane and flew it to Holland
• The great aviators he has known, such as Orville Wright, Eddie Rickenbacker, Charles Lindbergh, and Neil Armstrong
• Hoover’s one-of-a-kind maneuvers that have dazzled air-show crowds the world over.
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