Jan. 13, 1942: Ejection Seat Works, P...

Jan. 13, 1942: Ejection Seat Works, Pilot Elated

There are 1 comment on the Wired News story from Jan 13, 2011, titled Jan. 13, 1942: Ejection Seat Works, Pilot Elated. In it, Wired News reports that:

Schenck, testing a Heinkel He-280 jet fighter, was in tow behind a conventionally powered aircraft when his plane iced up, making it impossible to start his engines.

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