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Come Up and Get Me: An Autobiography of Colonel Joe Kittinger by Joe KittingerKittinger served as a fighter pilot during the Vietnam War , and he achieved an aerial kill of a North Vietnamese MiG jet fighter and was later shot down himself, spending 11 months as a prisoner of war in a North Vietnamese prison. He became fascinated with planes at a very young age and soloed in a Piper Cub by the time he was After racing speedboats as a teenager, he entered the U. Air Force as an aviation cadet in March On completion of aviation cadet training in March , he received his pilot wings and a commission as a second lieutenant.
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A few years after his release from a North Vietnamese prisoner-of-war camp in , Colonel Joseph Kittinger retired from the Air Force. Restless and unchallenged, he turned to ballooning, a lifelong passion as well as a constant diversion for his.
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