November 5, 2019
Harry Robertson works on a T-bucket race car he built and drove in 1956 for the national speed record for four-cylinder engine dragsters. (Photo/Harry Robertson)
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Never stop learning: Harry Robertson on life as an aviator, inventor and teacher (Part I)
Harry Robertson lives a quiet ranching life, but the man is behind one of the greatest advancements in aviation safety
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — When Harry Robertson started tinkering around with model airplanes as a child, little did he know he would end up inventing aviation fuel systems that have saved over 8,000 lives and are used in aircraft around the world.
By Wendy Howell November 5, 2019