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About Bob Teter
Bob started flying at 17, ending up as a CFI and avionics engineer before retiring. Except for a short stint in the Army Air Corps, his father worked as a research chemist on aviation fuels at Shell Oil. He was there from the late 1930s until the early 1960s. It was an exciting time to have been involved in aviation fuel development and his father often talked about General Doolittle’s involvement.
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