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The wall came down. I got a new roommate, and we went from there. SPARKS: You didn’t hurt him that bad. COX: I know. It was just an accident. Sort of. BAILEY: When I came out here, I lived in the BOQ [Bachelor Officers Quarters]. And that was just to the west of the big hangars. They were two stories buildings. And everybody that came on base, whether they were military or what have you— It was the only BOQ that they [stayed]. Adjacent to that was a BOQ where the girls lived. It was right next door.
He was our chief test pilot. Mel was probably one of the most careful pilots I know of and probably one of the most knowledgeable test pilots in the country. I remember, before the B-19 flew, they wouldn’t let it fly at Douglas until Mel came out representing an insurance company. So he was very much thought of; he was known all over the world. He would go back and forth to Europe periodically. He was very easy to get along with but very meticulous about what he did and very careful about what he was told.
I remember the guys spent all their time just polishing that thing, just polishing that. BAILEY: That [Congressman] was named Pella. Yeah. ” Pella was out there. Also, that airplane that he had next to us was the one that he went into Bel Air, wasn’t it, in the golf course. COX: Yeah, he put it in there. Yeah. He put it in and took out a lot of golf-course real estate. BORCHERS: When Clyde was talking about the big hangar— For a while, we had both these X-1s before the Air Force decided they’d take over.
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