Hughes confidant, aviation leader Jack Real dies (Las Vegas Sun)

Aviation pioneer Jack Real enjoyed spending hours on the phone with reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes discussing their favorite subject -- flight. Real, who worked for more than 30 years for Lockeed, was Hughes' personal advisor on aviation matters from 1957 until Hughes' death in 1976.


Posted September 08, 2005

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