​Aviation legend Bob Hoover, dubbed “the greatest stick-and-rudder man who ever lived,” by Jimmy Doolittle, has died at age 94. Hoover inspired pilots with his acrobatic flying and flew in more air shows than anyone in history, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association said.  During World War II, Hoover served as an Army Air Corps fighter pilot. After the war, he was assigned to flight test duty at Wright Field, where he befriended Chuck Yeager and later served as ...

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