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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Science Fiction / Action & Adventure
  • Language:English
  • Pages:257
  • eBook ISBN:9780986696817

Project Silver Bullet

A glimpse into the future

by Maurice Patrick Rose'Meyer

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An air superiority fighter aircraft, developed in the Australian outback proved its superiority in battle. when an unconventional engine was installed, speed near the speed of light was achieved. This allowed time travel and a journey into the year 2500.
The two men fishing in an ice hut were aeronautical engineers,recently retired, who had specialized in flight testing. Here on a frozen Canadian lake, Project Silver Bullet was hatched. An eighteen-man team of carefully chosen engineers and pilots conducted the ambitious, top-secret program from an abandoned underground base in the Australian outback. Continuing development led to an unbeatable fighter aircraft that proved its superiority in battle. An unconventional engine when subsequently introduced allowed it to approach the speed of light and rendezvous with a spaceship from the future. A daring hitch-hike to the year 2500 reveals the destiny of the world and the ambitious projects then being undertaken in an effort to save mankind.
About the author
Maurice Patrick Rose'Meyer was born in 1928. He spent his early days in India, where he travelled extensively. His father retired from the Indian army and took an executive position in the Indian Railways. His mother was the daughter of a rubber plantation owner in Burma, now Myanmar. After obtaining a science degree from Calcutta University and a diploma from theCollage of Aeronautical Engineering in London. he commenced his flight test career and participated in tests of over fifty types of aircraft. He retired in 1991 as Manager of the Experimental Flight Test Department of De Havilland Aiecraft of Canada. The author lives in Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada, with his wife Myrna. He has three daughters, Linda,Susan and Anne. After retirement, he is still in demand as an aviation consultant. He has publisged two other books, " Adventure In The Air" and "Rhyme and Reason"..