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REFERENCES Carlson, T. (n.d.) Unpublished biography of Floyd Carlson.


Brown, D. A. (1995). The Bell Helicopter Textron Story, Changing the Way the World Flies. Arlington, TX: Aerofax Incorporated.


Norton, D. J. (1981). Larry: A Biography of Lawrence D. Bell. Chicago, IL: Nelson- Hall.


Padfield, R. R. (1992). To Fly Like a Bird. Potomac, MD: Phillips Publishing.


Spenser, J. P. (1998). Whirlybirds: A History of the U.S. Helicopter Pioneers. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press


Tipton, R. S. (1983). They Filled the Skies. Fort Worth, TX: Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.


Young, A. M. (2004). Nested Time: An Astrological Autobiography. Cambria, CA: Anodos Foundation


LT Brad McNally is a 2001graduate of the United States Coast Guard Academy. After serving two tours in Coast Guard Naval Engineering he attended Naval Flight Training in Pensacola, Florida. He was previously station at the Coast Guard Air Station in Atlantic City, NJ


Above: Floyd Carlson (far right) receives designation as an Honorary Fellow in The Society of Experimental Test Pilots on October 15, 1977. To the far left is General Jimmy Doolittle and next to Carlson is German helicopter pilot Hanna Reitsch. Photo: Courtesy of the collection of Todd Carlson


where he was an aircraft commander in the MH-65C Dolphin helicopter. He currently resides in


West Lafayette, IN with his wife Monica and son Brett where he is assigned as a graduate student at Purdue University pursuing a Masters Degree in Aeronautical Engineering.


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