November 26, 1945

THE AVIATION NEWS

Washington Observer

News at Deadline

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Washington Observer

SURPLUS COMMANDOS—With 76 C-46 Commandos now in surplus, CAA, Surplus Property Administration and Curtiss-Wright, the plane’s builder, are all anxious to complete type-testing—SPA in particular, as there is at present a demand for these aircraft.
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Industry Observer

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Headline News Section

Increased Research, World Air Police Force Urged at Clinic

Oklahoma City conference also brings realistic, yet optimistic discussion of future of air transport and personal aviation; Eaker, Mitscher warn against losing airpower leadership.

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Air World Division

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Helicopter Utility Stressed

Use of the helicopter in scientific investigations, for agriculture, as a fishing scout, for mail and feeder airlines shuttle service, for animal censuses and timber scouting, and other peacetime uses were cited to the National Aviation Clinic by Igor I.
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Newest Navy Jet Power Units Are Lightest Yet Constructed

Westinghouse Yankee measures only 19 inches in diameter and "baby jet" only 9½; both are first such motors of entirely U. S. design to be tested in flight.
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Arctic Tests Set

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Nazis Developing 16-Ton ’copter, Adjustable Wing At War’s End

Huge rotary-wing craft was designed to lift trucks and tanks across rivers; variable-incidence wing control found on experimental Blohm & Voss transport.

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New Republic Plane

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