Remembering Former Aviation Week Editor Bill Gregory

As a U.S. naval aviator during World War II, William H. (Bill) Gregory cheated death more than once. Landing on the deck of an aircraft carrier in the Pacific Ocean, his Wildcat fighter missed the restraining wire, went off the deck, exploded and began sinking. He escaped. Reassigned later to fly a...

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