March 7, 1927

Night Flying in Bad Weather

Night Flying in Bad Weather

The Curtiss V-1550 and GV-1550 Engines

The Curtiss V-1550 and GV-1550 Engines

Curtiss Flying Service Again Reports Prosperous Year

Curtiss Flying Service Again Reports Prosperous Year

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Night Flying in Bad Weather

Night Flying in Bad Weather

Some of the Air Mail Pilot’s Problems. Are We on the Right Track Regarding Lighting Equipment?

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The Curtiss V-1550 and GV-1550 Engines

The Curtiss V-1550 and GV-1550 Engines

Water and Air-Cooled Engines Under Discussion

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Curtiss Flying Service Again Reports Prosperous Year

Curtiss Flying Service Again Reports Prosperous Year

America’s Oldest Aerial Service Company Completes Year of Diversified Activities
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES

United States Air Forces

Lieut. Colonel Walter Krueger, who has just been detailed to the Air Corps from the Infantry, will have the distinction of being the highest ranking student at the Army Air Corps Flying School at Kelly Field, Texas. On March 1st he is to report at Kelly to undergo a course in flying instruction preliminary to being permanently transferred to the Air Corps.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

Accident Mars Progress of Pan-American Flight

“Detroit” and “New York” Collide When Preparing to Land at Buenos Aires Field
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The Sperry Aero Oil Engine

The Sperry Aero Oil Engine

Solution of Weight Reduction Diesel Problem Suggested by Use of Supercharging and Two-Stage Expansion. Paper Read Before Met. Section, A. S. M. E.
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FOREIGN AERONTICAL NEWS NOTES

Foreign Aerontical News Notes

By Special Arrangement with the Automotive and Transportation Divisions, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

High Vs. Low Bid

So many readers of AVIATION are engaged in bidding for Government business that the decision of Comptroller General J. R. McCarl on the award of a bid to the highest bidder will be read with interest. While the bid was for plumbing work, the principle is the same as in aircraft work.
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Editorial

Editorial

FOR SIX years, the readers of AVIATION read the record of American aeronautics as written for them by one of the most capable writers on flying in the World. His opinions, expressed on this page, were not only illuminating but reflected well balanced and informed judgment.
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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

Publisher’s News Letter

The implied decision expressed in President Coolidge’s recent message to the Great Powers on disarmament should not be overlooked. It will be remembered that while he requested consideration of naval disarmament, he specifically excluded from the discussion military and aerial preparedness.

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