July 31, 1922

An Explanation of Soaring Flight

Naval Aviation

ARMY AND NAVY AIR NEWS

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An Explanation of Soaring Flight

Condensed Outline of a Series of Lectures Delivered before the Northwest Aeronautical Society, Seattle, Wash.

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Naval Aviation

Naval Aircraft at Chicago Congress-Participation by squadrons of Navy seaplanes and Marine Corps land planes in the forthcoming Aeronautical Congress to be held in Chicago is announced in the Bureau of Aeronautics. Twelve naval planes in all will be ordered to the Congress and will fly from the respective Air Stations where they are now operating.
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ARMY AND NAVY AIR NEWS

Long Cross-Country Flight Planned—General Patrick has authorized Lieut. James H. Doolittle, A. S. to make a nonstop cross-country flight from Jacksonville, Fla. to Rockwell Field, San Diego, Calif, a distance of approximately 1600 miles.
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New Wright Engines for Naval Aviation

Wright Model E2 Passes 250 hr. Test — New Model T2 525 hp. Heavy Duty Engine Passes Navy’s 50-hr. Test
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Air Service Develops Airway Program

Establishment of New Transcontinental Airways Planned for Service Flying and Civil Aviation
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The African Cruise of Zeppelin L59

German Naval Airship Made 4250 Mile Voyage to Succor Beleaguered German Force in East Africa
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Foreign News

Roumania—The Roumanian Government has at last awakened to the importance of aviation from a national defense point of view, and considerable development has taken place recently in the military air service. Sixty modern machines, mostly of the DH9 type, have been purchased from a British firm, and delivery has already been made of most of these, which are being distributed among the flying schools of the country.
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M.I.T. Gliders at French Competition

American Team Sails with Two Machines Entered in French Gliding Competition at Puy-de-Combegrasse
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American Aviation Forging Ahead

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