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October 24, 1927

The Loening OL-8 Amphibian

Journeying With the Boeing Air Mail

Journeying With the Boeing Air Mail

The Ryan-Siemens Engine

The Ryan-Siemens Engine

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The Loening OL-8 Amphibian

Successful U. S. Navy Experimental Model is Powered With a 425 Hp. Pratt & Whitney “Wasp” Engine

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Journeying With the Boeing Air Mail

Journeying With the Boeing Air Mail

"PLANE COMING!” Thus came the cry as I sat in the superintendent’s office at Omaha at one o’clock one morning in July. The plane came right up to the hangar door where its brakes stopped it as exactly as a motor car. Quickly then the night crew headed by “Doc” transferred the mail to the outgoing plane.

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The Ryan-Siemens Engine

The Ryan-Siemens Engine

Ryan Aeronautical Corp., is Formed to Manufacture and Distribute German Engine in the U. S.

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Wright Field is Dedicated

Wright Field is Dedicated

Many Leading Army, Navy and Civilian Air Officials Attend the Ceremonies at Dayton, O.

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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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AIRPORT AND AIRWAYS

Chicago, Ill.

Chicago’s airport plans and activities are as extensive as any in the world. Five municipal fields supplemented by five private fields provide ample accommodation for Chicago’s present air transport service. Chicago has outlined a definite policy in the design and construction of its airports, the ultimate objective being a large, central, supply and maintenance field from which airplanes are to hop to the nearby operating fields, to be loaded, and to which they return after depositing their loads.

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AIRPORT AND AIRWAYS

Springfield, Mass.

Massachusetts Airways of Springfield has announced an extension of its service. It will offer complete aerial photographic service and has also announced that its base of operations will be shifted soon to the new Barnes Airport at Westfield.

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES

UNITED STATES AIR FORCES

The Air Commerce Regulations issued by the Department of Commerce effective Dec. 31, 1926, require a special physical examination of applicants for aircraft pilot’s license and at stated intervals thereafter. The Aeronautics Branch of the Department of Commerce has not a sufficient number of medical examiners and equipment to examine all applicants.
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AIRPORT AND AIRWAYS

Cincinnati, Ohio

Hugh Watson, operator of Watson Airport and distributor for Travel Air planes, sold two 0X5 jobs recently. The buyers were Stockart and Barnett, of Ft. Wayne, Ind., and William E. Leedy, of Youngstown, Ohio. As Leedy purchased Watson’s demonstrator there was nothing left for him to do but order another 0X5 plane from the factory.

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AIRPORT AND AIRWAYS

St. Joseph, Mo.

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