In Partnership With

January 12, 1929

Selling a Eronautics to the Public

The Federal CM-3

A 1929 Air Tour?

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Selling a Eronautics to the Public

Chairman, Statewide Aviation Committee, California Development Association.

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The Federal CM-3

New Hallett Powered, Three Place, Cabin Monoplane Has Structure Built Entirely of Welded Steel Tubing

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A 1929 Air Tour?

Some Informative Remarks Regarding the Rules, the Complaints, and the Situation as it Now Stands

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Air Corps Fokker Exceeds All Sustained Flight Marks

“Question Mark“ Remains in Air 150 Hr. and Sets New High Refueling Endurance Record

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Demagnetization Tests

A Discussion of the N.A.T. Experiments to Determine the Cause of Magnetism Loss Resulting from Booster Operation

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EDITORIALS

The Question Mark

MAJOR SPATZ and the crew of the Question Mark certainly started the New Year right. Their record is most amazing. A comparison with student flying may perhaps give some idea of what they have done. When a student stays in the air one hour he comes down quite tired and feels he has done a lot of flying.
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Personnel

THOMAS E. PELL, for the past 12 years superintendent of the Naval Aircraft Factory at Philadelphia, is now superintendent in charge of production for the Berliner Aircraft Co. of Alexandria, Va., according to announcement by Dabney H. Maury, Jr., president.
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Side Slips

Mr. R. S. F. of Concord, N. H., sends in an interesting clipping from the Boston Post describing an accident to an airplane “of the old Jenny Lind type.” Apparently the reporter has soloed a few hours in Jennies and knowing them for the temperamental prima donnas they are, subconsciously wrote what he was thinking.

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Favors $33,578,000 Fund for Air Corps Next Year

Appropriations Body Makes Report to House Providing for 297 New Planes

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THE BUYER'S LOG BOOK

Novalux No. 3 Floodlight

AN AIRPORT floodlight, in which circular lenses and mirrors are entirely eliminated, has been developed by the General Electric Co. and is now included in its line of aeronautical products. The Novalux No. 3 projector contains 14 high power incandescent lamps providing a total of approximately 3,000,000 cp.
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