Issue: 19220612

Monday, June 12, 1922
June 12
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Articles
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AVIATION
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THOMAS-MORSE AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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THOMAS-MORSE AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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THE GLENN L. MARTIN COMPANY
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THE GLENN L. MARTIN COMPANY
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masthead
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AVIATION
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0004.xml
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Editorials
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Lacking Air Legislation
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0005.xml
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Editorials
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The National Balloon Race
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Editorials
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The Brennan Helicopter
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Army Wins 13th National Balloon Race
Maj. Oscar Westover, A.S., the Victor with 850 Miles — H. E. Honeywell is Second; Lt. W. F. Reed, U.S.N., Third
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Under the auspices of the Aero Club of Wisconsin thirteen balloons, piloted by some of the most noted aeronauts of the country, competed for the honors and prizes which were offered in the National Balloon Race held on May 31 at Milwaukee, Wis.
AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0008.xml
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The Baltimore Flying Meet
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0009.xml
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Boosting American Aircraft
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The French Gliding and Soaring Competition
Competition for 100,000 Francs of Prizes to be Held Next August Under Patronage of French Air Minister
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0011.xml
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Drag of Navy Struts No. 1 Modified
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A New German Aeronautical Engine
Siemens-Halske 50-60 hp. Air-Cooled Radial Engine First Example of German Post-War Commercial Design
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Erik Hildesheim
Altogether very few new aircraft engines have been brought out since the end of the war, and such as have been placed on the market were in almost every case types which had not reached the production stage during hostilities. The Napier “Lion” is perhaps the best known of such engines, since despite its high cost it is being widely employed on the airplanes operating on the London-Paris services.
AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0013.xml
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Des Moines-Chicago Airway
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The Decay of a Simple Eddy
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Aviation in Congress
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The Farman “Super-Sport”
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Valuable Shipment of Dresses by Plane
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Cincinnati News
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No Landing at Montauk Point
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The Hispano Petrel
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0021.xml
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Spokane Airport
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0022.xml
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Automobile Club of Missouri
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0023.xml
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Lincoln-Standard Activities
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0024.xml
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British Safety Tank Competition
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0025.xml
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W. W. Kellett Goes Abroad
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ARMY AND NAVY AIR NEWS
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Army Air Chief in Inspection Flight—On May 21 General Patrick, piloted by Major Dargue made 175 mile trip across the Everglades by way of Lake Ocochobie to Carlstrom Field, in a JN6 training plane. After inspecting Carlstrom and Dorr Fields they left Carlstrom Field in a training plane and flew to Jacksonville, Fla., approximately 250 miles; flying time, 4 hr.
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Naval Aviation
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Admiral Moffett Takes Flying Training—Rear Admiral Wm. A. Moffett, Chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics of the Navy is today taking intensive training in flying at Pensacola, Naval Air Station. This is by no means the first time Admiral Moffett has taken the air in a plane, as he has made many flights before, but now he is to take the training necessary for an observer or spotter in the Navy, and while he may not complete the course laid down for pilots, he will be pretty conversant with the feel of the air by the time he completes his course, which is to be a month at least and perhaps may extend over two or three months.
AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0028.xml
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Marine Aviation
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AviationWeek_19220612_0012_024_0029.xml
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National Guard Aviation
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Coming Aeronautical Events
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Foreign News
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Italy—Under the auspices of the Federazione Aeronautica Nazionale Italiana and by initiative of other aeronautical associations, an international competition for commercial airplanes is to be held during the last week of June 1922.
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advertisement
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Where to Fly
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