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Author photo. A. Scott Crossfield with the Douglas D-558-2 Skyrocket after his record-breaking Mach 2 flight, Nov. 20, 1953. In 1993, NASA awarded him the Distinguished Public Service Medal for his contributions to aeronautics and aviation for 50 years. (NASA Photo)

A. Scott Crossfield with the Douglas D-558-2 Skyrocket after his record-breaking Mach 2 flight, Nov. 20, 1953. In 1993, NASA awarded him the Distinguished Public Service Medal for his contributions to aeronautics and aviation for 50 years. (NASA Photo)

A. Scott Crossfield

Author of Always another dawn

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