Chuck Yeager flies on 65th anniversary of breaking sound barrier

NEVADA -- Legendary pilot Chuck Yeager was set to recreate his history-making flight Sunday, October 14th -- 65 years to the day after he became the first man to break the sound barrier.

On October 14th, 1947, Yeager piloted the Bell X1 jet aircraft past Mach One -- the first time any human-piloted vehicle flew faster than the speed of sound.

For Sunday's 65th anniversary, Yeager flew an F-15 Eagle out of Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada to Edwards Air Force Base in California.