September 13, 1948

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Technical Interest Seen in Racers

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F-86a Hits Record; Cameras Miss

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The Air Races

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Technical Interest Seen in Racers

Some planes appear original and sturdy; others show lack of finesse.

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F-86a Hits Record; Cameras Miss

North American sweptwing fighter tops D-558-1 mark before 80,000.

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The Air Races

Thompson Trophy goes to Johnson; Paul Mantz repeats in Bendix race.

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Usaf-navy Rivalry Makes Top Air Show

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Howard Demonstrates Strength of Bonanza

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Mechanical Failures During Race Analyzed

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At the National Air Races

Thompson Race Winner Anson Johnson, ex-ATC pilot, is shown receiving his trophy from Roscoe Turner (right), the only pilot to have won the event more than once. Turner took first honors in 1934, 1938 and 1939. Jacqueline Cochran, third place winner in the Bendix event (lower right), almost didn’t get off to compete at all.
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One Waves; One Wins; One Loses

Navy Commander E. P. Aurand waves from the cockpit of his camel-like FJ-1 upon landing at the strip before the grandstand at the National Air Races. Fish Salmon (second right) poses beside his No. 4 racer which won the Goodyear event. Salmon lead the field all the way and was never seriously challenged throughout the course.
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Bendix Trophy Race "R"-division

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