Lt. Gen. Elwood “Pete” Quesada was a pioneer in early military aviation. He participated in the five day “Question Mark” flight in which he helped demonstrate air-to-air refueling, flew over 90 combat missions during World War II, flew Supreme Allied Commander Eisenhower over France, and was the first appointed director of the FAA. Check out this video to learn more about Lt. Gen. Quesada.
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