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Arthur Randolph Erb Arthur Randolph Erb from New Caney wrote on May 7, 2018:
I only had the luck to see Hoover do his airshows, and I loved his skill and daring. Wish I had known him personally. The one show that was especially good was at the CAF airshow in Harlingen, TX. Hoover flew his P-51 just before the Blue Angels flew. Of course, all his turns were done to the outside. Then when the Blues took to the air, one of the two solo pilots, did all of HIS turns to the outside! I almost fell down I was laughing so hard. That Blues pilot was not about to let an old man out perform him. Just glad the guy did not try to shut down his engine and dead stick a landing.
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