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Wrong Ralph Donnell?

Ralph Dixie Donnell

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Test Pilot

Grumman Aircraft Corporation


Senior Experimental Test Pilot

Grumman Aircraft Corporation


Web References(8 Total References)


www.vectorsite.net

* The first Grumman YAO-1 performed its initial flight on 14 April 1959 from the Grumman plant at Bethpage, New York, with Grumman chief test pilot Ralph Donnell at the controls.


www.vectorsite.net [cached]

* The first Grumman YAO-1AF flew on 14 April 1959, with Grumman chief test pilot Ralph Donnell at the controls.


www.ov1mohawk.org [cached]

Indeed, its appearance, with its bulbous nose, high-mounted, upward-tilted engines, stubby wing and trio of oversize vertical tail surfaces, was decidedly ungainly, but the Mohawk was soon proving positive the old adage that handsome is as handsome does, with Grumman's senior experimental test pilot Ralph Donnell throwing it about the sky like an aerobatics trainer.


www.f-111.net [cached]

Mr Ralph H. "Dixie" Donnell - Grumman Test Pilot


www.collectair.com [cached]

Components produced by both Grumman and General Dynamics were assembled at Grumman's Bethpage plant; the first F-111B, Bu No 151970, rolled out in May, 1965 and flew from Calverton on May 18th, piloted by Ralph "Dixie" Donnell and Ernie von der Heyden.
This airplane crashed at Grumman Calverton in April 1967 killing "Buck" Wangman and co-pilot Ralph Donnell (he was the pilot of the first flight in May 1965).


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