Issue: 19230903

Monday, September 3, 1923
September 3
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Monday, December 21, 2015
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AVIATION
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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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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AviationWeek_19230903_0015_010_0004.xml
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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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Editorials
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The Liberty Engine Problem
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Editorials
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N.A.A. Reorganization
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Editorials
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No Air Conference
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The Epoch Making Night Mail Flights
Mail Planes Maintain Average of 28 hr. for Six Flights Between New York and San Francisco
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The United States Air Mail Service concluded on Saturday, Aug. 25, a wonderfully successful four-day demonstration of the practicability of 28 hr. air communication between the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts by relays of mail planes flying day and night.
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The Glenn L. Martin Night Mail Plane
Powered with the Wright E4 200 hp. Engine, this Ship Has Shown Excellent Performance in Flight Tests
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In developing a special plane for night flying on the U. S. Air Mail route, it was evident to The Glenn L. Martin Co. that a machine offering the maximum safety to the pilot and the greatest economy in operation was required. An airplane designed for night flying must be capable of landing at a very low speed and be so ruggedly constructed that it can withstand the roughest kind of landings on unimproved fields in darkness.
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Atlantic Airways, Inc.
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Gliding Progress in Germany
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The Curtiss Night Mail Plane
A Wide Range of Economical Operation is Attained With the C6 Engine and 163 hp.
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During the past few months the Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Co., Inc., has been developing for the Postoffice Department a mail plane with characteristics making it particularly suitable for night flying, to be used in the central lap of the cross-Continental mail service just established.
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Detroit-Cleveland Service Popular
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C. F. Redden, President of Aeromarine Airways, who has had personal charge of the Detroit-Cleveland service this summer, arrived in New York, Aug. 22, in connection with plans for the extension of the Key West-Havana service this fall. The Aeromarine Co. is operating two flying boats each way daily between Detroit and Cleveland.
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The Aeromarine Night Mail Plane
All Metal Fuselage, High Lift Wings and Liberty Engine Are Distinguishing Features of New Ship
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The Aeromarine Plane & Motor Co., designed and constructed the airplane described below for the U. S. Air Mail Service in 122 days from date of contract. The practical requirements of the service for which it was to be used were ascertained from the various Air Mail officials and pilots in New York, Cleveland and Chicago by Paul G. Zimmermann, chief airplane engineer of the Aeromarine Co.
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Description of U. S. Army Airship RN1
Ship Manufactured by Airships Incorporated, of Hammondsport, N. Y. Is Largest American Non-rigid
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The RN1 is a non-rigid type airship with a gas capacity of 340,000 cu. ft. It is 262 ft. long with a maximum beam of 48 ft. The overall height is 70 ft., and the length of the car 55 ft. The hull has two air ballonets of about 40,000 cu. ft. capacity each, giving the ship a ceiling of about 10,000 ft.
AviationWeek_19230903_0015_010_0017.xml
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National Aeronautic Association Convention
Plans Completed for St. Louis Aero Congress. Sessions Will not Conflict with Races
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Franco-South American Airway Planned
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Barling Bomber Successfully Flight Tested
World's Largest Airplane Makes Impressive Flight of 28 Min. at Wilbur Wright Field
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Defects in Airplane Woods
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International Air Races and the Designer
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B. RUSSEL SHAW
Airplane designers are able to obtain much valuable technical information from races such as will take place in St. Louis on Oct. 1-3, and which can be secured in no other manner. Tests are constantly being run to determine various problems in design; but in no way can faulty construction and weak materials be so forcibly brought out as in a race wherein the pilot sets his teeth and pulls open the throttle with the determination of getting everything possible out of his ship.
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New Type of Rigid Airship
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H. K. IHRIG
The use of airships for commercial purposes has undoubtedly been delayed by some recent disasters due to fire which have cost large tolls in human life. There are however several qualifications which make the airship desirable for passenger transportation, most notably its great weight carrying capacity and its ability to remain in the air without motive power.
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U. S. ARMY AND NAVY AIR FORCES
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U. S. ARMY AIR SERVICE
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Lt. A. F. Hegenberger, pilot, and Mr. Bradley Jones, observer, returned recently from a nine-day air trip from Mc Cook Field, Dayton, Ohio to San Francisco, via Minneapolis, in connection with the testing of the “Pioneer” ground speed and drift meter over rough country, the comparing of the efficiency of the Bunge air sextant with that of the Engineering Division air sextant, and the practising of the reduction of observations by the pre-computation method.
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U. S. ARMY AND NAVY AIR FORCES
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U. S. NAVAL AVIATION
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On Thursday, Aug. 24, the balloons and equipment to be used by the Navy entries in the Gordon Bennett International Balloon Race left New York on the S. S. Innoko, bound for Brussels. The two Navy pilots, Lieuts. J. B. Lawrence and F. W. Reicholderfer, together with two enlisted men as handling erew will follow on Sept. 1 The Race is to be held at Brussels, Belgium, on Sept. 23.
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Where to Fly
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AviationWeek_19230903_0015_010_0028.xml
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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AIRSHIPS INCORPORATED
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The Gardner, Moffat Co.
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The Gardner, Moffat Co.
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THE SKYWRITING CORPORATION OF AMERICA
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THE SKYWRITING CORPORATION OF AMERICA
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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CENTRAL SALES OFFICE
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THE Aircraft Service Directory
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THE SPERRY GYROSCOPE COMPANY
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THE SPERRY GYROSCOPE COMPANY
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CURTISS EXHIBITION COMPANY
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CURTISS EXHIBITION COMPANY
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