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March 19, 1928

Review of Mechanics

Airplane Tires and Inner Tubes

The Public Relations Counsel in Aeronautics

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Review of Mechanics

Stress Analysis of Commerci al Aircraft, Chapter Number Two

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Airplane Tires and Inner Tubes

THE inner HISTORY tubes, although of the development quite interesting, of airplane is not generally tires and understood; so for the sake of general information, it is proposed to digress from the technical phases of the subject momentarily to give an insight into the reasons involved in their development.

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The Public Relations Counsel in Aeronautics

SOME TIME ago we were asked by a large industrial concern interested in establishing an aeronautic department in their field, as to the activities of the Public Relation Counsel in aeronautics. “Of course,” the vice-president said, “we have our own advertising agency who will take care of the routine copy.

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The Laird "Whippoorwill”

New Closed Cabin, Three Passenger Biplane Powered With a Wright Whirlwind has a Top Speed of 125 M.P.H.

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Portland’s Island Airport

Construction Now Well Under Way on Oregon Location Which Will be Suitable for Both Seaplanes and Land Planes

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Last Minute Briefs

AVIATION goes to press Capt. Walter G. R. Hinehliffe, former R.A.F. officer, is out over the North Atlantic in his Stinson monoplane “Endeavor” en route non-stop from Cranwell Airdrome, England, to the United States. It is believed that the Hon. Elsie Mackay, third daughter of Viscount Inchape.
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The Heinkel H.D.40

A German Freight and Express Plane Which is to be Manufactured in This Country and Powered with an American Engine

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News

Smithsonian Institution Secretary Makes an Offer to Orville Wright

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News

Commercial Manufacturers Organize As Aero Chamber of Commerce Unit

ORGANIZATION OF a permanent committee of commercial aircraft manufacturers as a unit of the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America was effected at a meeting in Wichita, Kan., on March 5. Representatives of aircraft manufacturing companies throughout the United States were in attendance, electing J. Don Alexander, of Colorado Springs, Colo., chairman of the permanent committee with the following committeemen :
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