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Please check the dates you listed. Seems he was born before he died.
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Hello, I finally got around to looking at Jim Gregory (ice hockey) I gave it a little copy editing, but I really couldn't find more information, not a surprise I don't really have access to older print media or hockey related books. Feel free to revert any of my changes I'm not the best with prose. I think it might be beneficial to explain the line "and developing a relationship with his favourite player, Ted Kennedy." the entire sentence probably needs to be broken up so if you could explain that line more in depth as its own sentence it might work better. Cheers! --Mo Rock...Monstrous (leech44) 03:35, 8 March 2014 (UTC)
Thanks for trying to put the captain and copilot back in. Somehow it was erased twice with no explanation. Hopefully it was just a botched edit conflict resolution by newbies. I've put it in the Crew and Passengers section. -- Fuzheado | Talk 05:20, 8 March 2014 (UTC)
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Help with Chuck Yeager article
I found your name on the Military History project page. Trying to clarify whether Chuck Yeager ever got promoted to Maj Gen (ret) in 2005 or at any other time. There are a number of news reports that describe him in passing as a retired Major General, but they could have gotten that info from old versions of Wikipedia. I've found where Congress authorized the president to promote him to Maj Gen (Ronald W. Reagan National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2005, 108th Congress ), but I don't know whether the president/military command ever actually made the promotion. I'm assuming that if he had, there would be a press release or statement from the president's office somewhere. Dezastru (talk) 21:33, 11 March 2014 (UTC)