In Partnership With

July 18, 1927

Tail Spins and Flat Spins

Tail Spins and Flat Spins

United States Air Forces

German Air Transport

German Air Transport

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Tail Spins and Flat Spins

Tail Spins and Flat Spins

With Special Reference to Accidents Due to Non-Recovery From the Latter

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United States Air Forces

The present class at the Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, Tex., is progressing nicely, having had little interference from bad weather. Basic flying was completed the first week in June, the class then proceeding to Galveston, Tex., for two weeks’ practice in aerial gunnery.
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German Air Transport

German Air Transport

IN aeronautics CONSIDERING since the the war, place three of Germany developments in the stand world out: of the persistent and ever expanding civil air transport; the development of transport types of airplanes; and the dogged determination to continue, even under the most severe limitations, the building of the Zeppelin types of airships.

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The All Metal Dornier Superwal

The All Metal Dornier Superwal

Claimed to be World’s Largest Flying Boat and is Powered With Two Rolls Royce 650 Hp. Engines

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FOREIGN AERONAUTICAL NEWS NOTES

Foreign Aeronautical News Notes

By Special Arrangement with the Automotive and Transportation Divisions Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce

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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

Publisher’s News Letter

The way aeronautics has almost monopolized the news in the press of the country since the trans-Atlantic flights were organized is a phenomena that has made even experienced newspaper men wonder. It is customary to say in newspaper offices that a news story loses interest after three days.
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NEWS ARTICLES & ITEMS

Guggenheim to Finance Passenger Services

HARRY F. GUGGENHEIM, President of the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics, Inc., authorizes the following: As a result of the great progress in air transport in the United States, the trustees of the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics have authorized equipment loans for the operation of passenger air lines in the United States.
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News Notes on National Air Races

Communications from all sections' of the country seeking information regarding the National Air Races, to be e in Spokane, September 23, and 24; The National Air Derby, New York to Spokane, September 19 to 21, and the Pacifi Coast Air Derby, San Francisco to Spokane, September .1 are being received at the headquarters m Spokane.
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Side Slips

Side Slips

AVIATION Magazine had the statement, a few weeks ago, in an article describing the Bellanca monoplane, that “as either wing tank, or, the engine pump or warble pump may be used, a dual fuel system is obtained.” In answer to the query of Mr. H. L. C. we wish to state that it is necessary to “tune” up all engines before flight, whether or not the ship is equipped with a “warble” pump.

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B. B. T. Corp. Develops New Beacon

B. B. T. Corp. Develops New Beacon

Has Flash of Distinctive Character and is Mounted on a Reversing Mechanism Which Turns it Through an Arc of 540 Deg. and Back Every Fifteen Seconds

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