The first caterpillar club member ever


WORLD'S FIRST
CATERPILLAR CLUB MEMBER

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

Who was the world's first Caterpillar Club member?

The Caterpillar Club is a group of people who's lives were saved by a parachute after bailing out from a disables aircraft.

Each confirmed member receives membership certificate and a lapel pin.

On April 28 1919 Leslie Irvin successfully tested his parachute that a pilot could deploy in case of emergency using a rip cord. Leslie Irvin landed safely, but broke his ankle in the test.

On August 24 1920 William O'Connor's life was saved by a parachute but the event went unrecognized.

On October 20 1922 Lieutenant Harold R. Harris safely jumped from his monoplane and became the world's first Caterpillar Club member.


The Caterpillar Club Pin


The first caterpillar club member ever

The first caterpillar club member ever

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