Video – Roving Reporter #27: Ray Noury – Fell 15,000 Feet without a Parachute – and Lived!

By March 20, 2008August 15th, 2008Fra Roderic Mary, Roving Reporter
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Ave Maria!

Ray Noury, a World War II Army Air Corps Sergeant Veteran, recalls his amazing survival tale. After being blown out of his B-24 Bomber, Ray fell 15,000 feet with his shredded parachute. Hear him explain this unbelievable event!

Ave Maria!

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  • Corinn says:

    What a GREAT story!! Thank you Fra Roderick and Mr. Nourie for sharing that with us. What an inspiration. Thank you also Mr. Nourie for your brave service to our nation.

  • The interview came out pretty well! Great Job! 🙂

  • Monica says:

    Master Xavier, you have such a nice grandpa!. All my best for him. My father was a swiss soldier at WWII, he would’ve liked to hear your grandpa speaking. †PAX

  • Robert Rutherford says:

    I have not seen the whole video yet But I like to say My uncle S/Sgt
    Roy E Hughes Died on Ray’s plane .I have been looking for Ray for many years now To say thank you .And maybe learn a little about Roy
    God Bless

  • I told my Grandfather about your comment Robert, and he says he remembers Roy Hughes as being the top gunner in the B-24 on that infamous day.

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