He was “America’s greatest pilot.”
From humble beginnings in a small West Virginia town, Chuck Yeager went on to become one of the most decorated test pilots in the U.S. Air Force.
He was a P-51 fighter pilot on the Western front in WWII, officially taking down more than 11 enemy planes. He was awarded the Bronze Star in 1944.
Later, he would become a test pilot working in aeronautics research. In 1947, he became the first person to break the sound barrier. And he did that entire test while sporting two broken ribs.
Chuck Yeager passed away on December 7, just this week. And with that, we are reminded of his character — as a pilot, a man and an American.
Yeager’s story is exactly the sort that my boss, Charles Mizrahi, loves: a quintessentially American tale centered on an extraordinary person.
And Charles’ mission to help Main Street Americans all over the country has led him to embrace these stories. He wants to inspire people and give them hope for their own American dreams — just like Chuck Yeager did.
That’s why he’s started something new…
The Charles Mizrahi Show
In this day and age, Charles knows exactly how important it is to share stories of hope and courage. That’s why he created his brand new podcast: The Charles Mizrahi Show.
Every week, Charles is inviting celebrity guests to discuss everything from politics, to personal backgrounds … to their own American dreams.
These people come from different places and have different experiences, but they all have one thing in common: They have achieved extraordinary things. And they want you to know that you can, too.
And we want you to hear how.
In the first episode, Charles interviews a former governor on his journey from poverty to political office.
This story is one that could only happen in America.
And it’ll show you exactly why we, at American Investor Today, are still so hopeful about this country and the opportunities it presents to everyday people.
You’ll want to hear this story for yourself…
Be sure to check it out!