A major fundraising campaign officially kicked off on July 30 at the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with the goal of building and maintaining a perpetual trophy named for Robert A. “Bob” Hoover that will be “given a special place of honor in Washington, D.C.” Hoover, the man whom Gen. James Doolittle called “the greatest stick-and-rudder pilot who ever lived,” is as well-known and respected for his good ...

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