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September 19, 1927

Next Step, Superchargers?

Next Step, Superchargers?

Aviation and Business

Aviation and Business

The Stinson-Detroiter Monoplane

The Stinson-detroiter Monoplane

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Next Step, Superchargers?

Next Step, Superchargers?

U.S.N. WITH firmly THE established, soundness one of air-cooled may readily engines wonder recently in what and direction the next big step in aircraft or engine development will be taken. Superchargers have long been experimented with, but are not yet in successful general use.

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Aviation and Business

Aviation and Business

AIR TRANSPORTATION promises to be one of the greatest steps forward that has ever been made in the history of the world, and to have far reaching effects upon business. Commerce has developed along with transportation, and as transportation and communication facilities have been developed and perfected, business has become safer and more stabilized.
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The Stinson-Detroiter Monoplane

The Stinson-detroiter Monoplane

Powered by Single Wright Whirlwind Engine and with Exception Of Fabric and Wing Spars it is Constructed Entirely of Metal

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AIRCRAFT PATENTS

Aircraft Patents

Copies of patents may be obtained by writing the Patent Office, Washington, D. C., giving the patent number and the name of the inventor. Cost 10c each. Patent No. 1,619,680—MOORING GEAR FOR AIRSHIPS. Vincent Crane Richmond and George Herbert Scott, Cardington, England.
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FOREIGN ARONAUTICAL NEWS NOTES

Foreign Aronautical News Notes

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

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES

United States Air Forces

A recent inspection by the Militia Bureau of the War Department revealed that National Guard Air units have reached a stage in their training which will permit them to perform training missions in conjunction with the other units of the Infantry Divisions.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Minneapolis, Minn.

During the State Fair at Minneapolis this year an aircraft exhibit will be held on the grounds, in addition to the usual type of displays and attractions. Maj. Ray Miller, commanding the 109th Aero Squadron, Minnesota National Guard, is in charge of arrangements and expects all available space will be occupied.

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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

New Fuel Improves Engine Performance

When the recent National Air Tour visited Tulsa, Okla., all of the planes were re-fueled with a new gasoline “Naturaline” made entirely from natural gas, and manufactured by Chestnut & Smith Corp. of that city. This fuel has been under test on aviation engines for nearly a year, during which time every type of engine commonly used in modern planes has been carefully flight tested under the supervision of technicians, using instruments on the planes which were carefully checked against standard apparatus with every precaution taken to assure accuracy of results.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Philadelphia, Pa.

Twenty-five Philadelphia firms made shipments to the West on the first plane from Hadley Field, near New Brunswick, N. J., for Cleveland, the day that the federal government relinquished to private control all mail and express transportation through the air.

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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

Publisher’s News Letter

The pen that has used this page for several years to discuss aeronautical topics in a more intimate way than would be possible in any other part of the paper will dip its point into many new and interesting subjects during the next few months.
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