Former U.S. Marine Corps pilot Phil Neubig, seen here in his Beaufort home, survived a 1958 crash by ejecting from a jet falling at close to the speed of sound.
Former U.S. Marine Corps pilot Phil Neubig, seen here in his Beaufort home, survived a 1958 crash by ejecting from a jet falling at close to the speed of sound. Sarah Welliver / Staff photo
Former U.S. Marine Corps pilot Phil Neubig, seen here in his Beaufort home, survived a 1958 crash by ejecting from a jet falling at close to the speed of sound. Sarah Welliver / Staff photo

Ejection from jet in 1958 was just 'part of the experience' for former Marine pilot

February 11, 2013 12:35 AM

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