The Gary Powers Incident. By Peter Scott, Nick Casco, and Corey Stepp. Table of Contents. The Flight The Crash The Capture The Result Works Cited Picture and Video Credits The End. The Flight. Operation “Grand Slam” May 1 st , 1960 (“May Day” holiday in Russia)
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The Gary Powers Incident
By Peter Scott, Nick Casco, and Corey Stepp
S-75 Dvina Missile system: Lockheed U-2 Spy Plane:
Maximum range of 65,000 feet Maximum service ceiling of 70,000 feet
American Government thought Powers had died in the crash.
Nick Peter Corey Leonidas Sakellarion
My Little Pony Microsoft PowerPoint 2003
Muffins and Pie Berthiaume’s Mom Google Earth
The stupid Soviet Officer who couldn’t hit an airplane with a freakin’ SAM
The stupid CIA for covering up details and making it impossible for us to find any freakin’ data on the flight and crash