Eugene Michael Gluhareff

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Eugene Michael Gluhareff (1916 – 1994) was born in Petrograd, Russia and moved to the United states in the early 1920s. Gluhareff was an engineer, the son of Michael Gluhareff of Sikorsky Aircraft. He is much acclaimed for his pioneering work on tip jets, inventor of the Gluhareff Pressure Jet and was a contributor to the American Helicopter XH-26 Jet Jeep.[1]

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Asa Gluhareff Roman Gluhareff Alex Gluhareff Alexander Gluhareff Brooklyn Gluhareff Betsy Gluhareff

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