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  1. Rocketbelt Pilot's Manual by Thunderball's William Suitor

    Who can forget the words of James Bond (Sean Connery) in the movie “Thunderball” as he tosses his rocketbelt into the trunk of his Aston Martin…

    “No well dressed man should be without one”.

    For those of you who want to fly the Rocketbelt like James Bond this book is for you.

    ROCKETBELT PILOT'S MANUAL: A Guide by the Bell Test Pilot

    ROCKETBELT PILOT’S MANUAL: A Guide by the Bell Test Pilot

    ROCKETBELT PILOT’S MANUAL: A Guide by the Bell Test Pilot
    William P. Suitor

    ISBN 978-1-926592-05-3

    This is the first and only publication that is a true description of the inside and outside view, step by step account of how a rocket belt works and why it was built. It covers everything from servicing and fueling to the actual learning step by step how to fly a Rocket Belt.

    It explains the science in simple layman terms. You do not need to be a “Rocket Scientist” to read, understand, and most of all, enjoy this book. It offers photos of each and every component of the machine, and explanation, of their relation to one another.

    William Suitor has been called “the Greatest Rocket Belt Pilot in the World”…

    William flew the rocketbelt in Thunderball in 1965 and in the following shows and movies… Lost In Space 1964, Gilligans Island 1966, Super Bowl ONE 1967, Pro Bowl One 1971, Here Comes Tomorrow 1972, Pabst Beer Commercial 1976, Knoxville Worlds Fair 1982, Opening Ceremonies 1984 Olympics.

    Available from Apogee Books – www.apogeebooks.com

    Order ROCKETBELT PILOT’S MANUAL: A Guide by the Bell Test Pilot from Amazon…

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    Devin Zydel @ 2010-01-21
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