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December 12, 1927

Aerial Photography and Its Relation to Hydrography

Airplane Radio Sets

General Patrick Retires

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Aerial Photography and Its Relation to Hydrography

THE AVIATION world is more or less familiar with the methods and applications of aerial photography in general. The work of the Army Air Corps and the Naval Aviation Service for the topographic mapping projects of the Geological Survey and other governmental map making agencies in the United States and Alaska as well, has been given considerable publicity.

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Airplane Radio Sets

Some General Radio Communication Information On Selecting An Aircraft Set for Commercial Service

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General Patrick Retires

Reaches Age of Statutory Retirement on Dec. 13, and Will be Succeeded by Brig. Gen. James E. Fechet

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The Fourth Congress of Aerial Navigation

Delegates From Forty Countries Convene in Rome, Italy

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The Albany Conference

New York Holds First Statewide Aviation Conference And Adopts Regulation and Safety Program

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Landing Fields Increase

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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

The Fourth International Congress of Aerial Navigation held in Rome during the latter part of October provided an incentive to forty-one countries to send delegates to discuss the progress and the problems of air transport which is extending with such rapidity to even the most remote countries of the World.
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Side Slips

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FOREIGN AERONAUTICAL NEWS NOTES

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

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Portland, Ore.

A new unofficial altitude record for 0X5 engined planes with three occupants was set recently over the Vancouver, Wash., airport by a Bell Air Line plane piloted by Basil Russell. The altitude reached was 13,500 ft., 1,200 ft. higher than the mark set by Tex Rankin over Portland.

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