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The section on business had too many abbreviations in it. I loved the story of his life, though. Deke was a solid American.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I have read the most there is about the early space program, and this one is the most honest, no bull version of the story yet.Published 2 months ago by Kevin Aslaksen
Deke was ripped off. Should have been able to fly on one of the original Mercury shots. Enjoyed the book a lot.Published 2 months ago by Alan C.
The book itself is great, it was a little distracting that there were so many words misspelled. Not a reflection on Deke as much as it is on the editor of this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Guy Priest
Deke's story is a necessary read for students of Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo. He helps you to understand NASAs astronaut culture in it's heyday.Published 3 months ago by Michael E. Maddox
My parents were barely alive when Deke was out there flying test planes and risking his life for the sake of testing an aircraft and making sure it was safe. Read morePublished 5 months ago by BrazucAmerican
A stellar (pun intended) telling of our journey into the space age from the man that was a the helm for most of it.Published 6 months ago by Michael B.
If you're familiar with the moon race, this is a great look at some of the most compelling moments from the perspective of one of the players at NASA. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jason W.