Albert Scott Crossfield
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Who is Albert Scott Crossfield?
Albert Scott Crossfield was an American naval officer and test pilot. In 1953, he became the first pilot to fly at twice the speed of sound.
- also known as Scott Crossfield
- born on (94 years ago) in Berkeley
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Pilot
- died on (9 years ago) in Gordon County
- buried in Arlington National Cemetery
- written work: "The reminiscences of Scott Crossfield"
- award: - Collier Trophy, with Joseph A. Walker, Forrest S. Petersen, Robert Michael White
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by Frank Hitchens
Crossfield, A Albert Scott Crossfield (1921–2006) was a US Navy pilot, an aeronautical engineer, aerodynamacist, designer and renowned test pilot . Scott Crossfield was a founding member and fellow of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots ...
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