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Jet Pioneer: A Fighter Pilot's Memoir is the remarkable story of Major General Carl G. Schneider's 32-year US Air Force career. Beginning in 1946 as a newly enlisted AAF private, he rose through the ranks to become a two star general - an accomplishment very few men in American history have ever achieved.

This audiobook is a fascinating look into the unprecedented career of a jet fighter pilot who flew 100 combat missions in Korea and served in Vietnam flying combat missions with the VNAF. Filled with personal stories, Jet Pioneer: A Fighter Pilot's Memoir takes the listeners along as the author recounts riveting combat missions, often humorous accounts of his air force career as well as the "gut-wrenching moments" of learning close friends were shot down by the enemy and killed or captured.

©2017 Major General Carl G. Schneider (P)2018 Southwestern Legacy Press

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Typical R.L.O. bragging about how great he was at all his desk jobs. Little to no talk of actually flying.

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Like you’re right there with him

The author has some amazing stories if you close your eyes you can visualize like you’re right there with him during those times. A true American Hero.