Further Adventures in the Good Life

Signed by Chuck Yeager


    Signed on the front end paper by

    General Chuck Yeager

    Bantam Books. First edition 1st impression, 1988.    247 pages and well illustrated with photographs.

    Fine condition hardback book in a Fine condition unclipped dustjacket. Clean, tight and bright.

    Charles Elwood “Chuck” Yeager was the first pilot to travel faster than sound in 1947 piloting the Bell X-1. He was also a WW2 Mustang ace who was shot down, evaded capture and returned to fight again, shooting down an Me262. Post-war he had an extraordinary testing career before returning to the USAF as a Fighter Squadron Commander and commanding a wing of tactical bombers in Vietnam. Originally retiring as a Brigadier General, Yeager was promoted to Major General on the Air Force’s retired list 20 years later for his military achievements and flying career that spanned more than sixty years. A true aviation legend.

    In his own words and with reminiscences from his wife and fellow fighter ace Bud Anderson, General Chuck Yeager gives an intriguing portrait of his life as a rugged individualist covering everything from flying exploits and tales of travel to fishing advice, family stories, and a live-for-the moment philosophy.

    An excellent complement to ‘Yeager’, Chuck’s best selling autobiography.