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“Neil’s first hop in the SNJ occurred on Wednesday, July 6, 1949, and first solo A-20 nine weeks later on September 7, 1949.”
“Dante came straight out of prison to hop in the studio and give us a song he had written in prison called “Killa Head a Body Head.””
“VF-51’s Bill Bowers, a veteran of World War II, remembers that his first hop in a jet—at the one-month transition unit in Pensacola in a single-seat TO-1, the navy’s version of the F-80—was “terrific.””
“Yummy slammed her hands on the dashboard as I quickly came up on a double-parked car and had to hop in the left lane quick as hell to avoid crashing into it.”
“To get there, fly to the Kunene River, which forms the border between Namibia and Angola, hop in your Land Rover, head south — and keep your eyes peeled.”
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