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Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2019
I thoroughly enjoyed Glenn A. Bever's recounting of his extended work with the Russian Supersonic Transport Program. There were very few joint or shared programs between the United States and Russia. As a NASA Engineer, Glenn obviously kept many notes and records of his work and interaction with a group of Russian technical people. I enjoyed the personal interactions, between Glenn and the Russian counter parts. It was interesting learning about the Russian idea of humor, and how it was different from ours. In addition, Glenn picked up and presented a lot about their philosophy of flight test and life.
I appreciated one comment: Although there was a language barrier to overcome, the "Electrons" functioned the same under Russian, as they did under English. It is a good read about a one time technical cooperation, between nations that have been adversaries.
Donald l. Mallick Author of: "THE SMELL OF KEROSENE, A Test Pilot's Odyssey