Issue: 19250914

Monday, September 14, 1925
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Articles
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Aviation
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The Glenn L. Martin Company
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THE GLENN L. MARTIN COMPANY
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tableOfContents
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Aviation
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AviationWeek_19250914_0019_011_0003.xml
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Scintilla Magneto Company
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Scintilla Magneto Company
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Atlantic Aircraft Corporation
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ATLANTIC AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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masthead
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Masthead
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Editorials
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To the Aeronautical Roll of Honor
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A MID the rapidly occurring aeronautical happenings of the first week of September there was no news that brought a sharper pang than that which added to the roll of honor of aeronautical heroes the names of Commander John Rogers, Commander Zachary Lansdowne and their seventeen Naval companions.
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Editorials
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Take Aircraft Out of Politics
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BOARDS of experts will give their opinions as to the technical reasons that caused the loss of the Shenandoah and the PN9 No. 1, but no investigation will probably be made as to how much of these losses was due to the greatest danger to our air development—politics and propaganda.
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A “Twister” Wrecks the Shenandoah
Broken in Three Sections but 28 of Crew of 42 Land Safely
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The Naval airship, Shenandoah met with an untimely end during the course of a protracted flight over mid-western states when, in the early morning hours of Sept. 3 she was wrecked in a severe storm, over the Ohio valley. The airship cast off from the mooring mast at Lakehurst at 4:02 p. m. on Sept. 2 and headed westward into a six-mile-an-hour breeze.
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Biographies of Some of the Lost Officers
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LANSDOWNE, ZACHARY, Lt. Comdr., U. S. N.; born, Greenville, Ohio, Dec. 1, 1888; son of James Moreton Lansdowne and Elizabeth (Knox) Lansdowne; married, Margaret Ross, Dec. 7, 1921. Educated : U. S. Naval Academy, 1909. Professional : Two years sea service as midshipman on battleship U.S.S. Virginia; four years sea service, torpedo boat destroyer, U.S.S. McCall.
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PN9 No. 1 Lost on West Coast-Hawaiian Flight
Commander Rodgers and Crew of Four Disappear after Flying 1600 Miles
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<p>Tragedy has overtaken the proposed flight of the United States Navy seaplanes when, on Aug. 31, two PN9 twin engined flying boats took off from San Francisco Bay and spread their wings westward across the vast Pacific Ocean on a flight of 2030 mi. to the Island of Maui in the Hawaiian group.</p>
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Col. Mitchell’s Statements on Govt. Aviation
These Contain the Assertions on Which He Expects to be Court Martialed
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So that those who did not read the complete statements made by Col. William Mitchell may have them available, they are reprinted. They represent the most daring indictment of the War and Navy Departments ever made by an officer. Many of the assertions are certain to be challenged.
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Aero Supply Expands
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The Aero Supply Manufacturing Co., aircraft machine parts and supplies manufactures and dealers, formerly located at 1st Ave. and 27th St., New York, have moved their offices and factory to College Point, Long Island, N. Y. Formerly known as the Pennsylvania Hardware & Supply Co., the business was established on a small scale by M. R. Porter in 1919 to supply the needs of aircraft manufacturers for rivets, screws, turnbuckles, wire, tubing, steel, etc., and its business has grown rapidly since that time until the company is now the largest engaged exclusively in handling and manufacturing aircraft metal parts.
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The Boeing Mail Plane
Description of the Mail Plane Submitted by the Boeing Airplane Company to the Post Office Department
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The Boeing Airplane Co. of Seattle have supplied airplanes to the Army and Navy continuously since the war, the Boeing pursuit plane being one of the most successful ever produced. The PB1 giant flying boat recently produced for the Navy was built with the flight to Hawaii in mind.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Cleveland, Ohio
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Cy Caldwell
Friends and enemies will be delighted to learn that my vacation was enlivened by an attack of hives. My friends will rejoice that I was afforded this peculiar mental and physical stimulus, while my enemies will derive satisfaction from the thought that I itched most confoundedly.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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New Orleans, La.
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Theodore Ray Liuzza
Ed M. Gueydan, chairman of the postal facilities committee of the Association of Commerce, said recently that he supposed the field conceded by George A. Hero, which is located below Algiers on the Belle Chasse highway, will be used by the Vanderbilt Air Line, which is to be in operation by Christmas between Atlanta and New Orleans, according to an announcement.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Avalon, Catalina Is.
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Fred V. Lee
The Pacific-Marine Airways operate two HS2L’s, powered with Navy type Liberty engines and carry five passengers and pilot. Baggage is limited to twenty-five pounds per passenger. This is the fourth year of operation for the company. Flights are made every day of the year, with the exception of a few days of very rough water in the winter, which do not total over fifteen for the year.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS
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Chicago, Ill.
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Walter W. Meyer
<p>By the way this section is not appearing in “Airports and Airways” one would think all the fellows had peddled their crates and joined the submarine corps. As a matter of fact there are half a dozen fields around Chicago with some fifty or sixty ships all more or less in commission.</p>
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES
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U. S. Army Air Service
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The Loening Amphibian, which was developed for the Army Air Service, is equally at home on the land or on the water and has been looked forward to as extremely useful in Army Air Service operations along the Atlantic Coast. The Loening Amphibian assigned to Mitchel Field was therefore dispatched recently with Capt. C. William Ford as pilot, to Boston Harbor, to cooperate in the Reserve Coast Artillery maneuvers there, in spotting the fire of the Coast Artillery guns operated from Fort Andrews at the mouth of Boston Harbor.
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES
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The Training Camps
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Reserve officers from the 436th and 438th Pursuit Squadrons were in training at Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, Tex., from Aug. 2 to 16. The following officers actually reported for duty: Capt. Erland L. Curtis, Capt. Fred Faesel, 1st Lieut. John R. Caldwell, 1st Lieut. Lloyd J. Andrews, 1st Lieut. Edward L. Irvine, 2nd Lieut. Charles B. Cheese, 2nd Lieut. Harold E. Savory, 2nd Lieut. Vinton E. Barrett, 2nd Lieut. Dewey Bartlo, 2nd Lieut. Charles G. Stanton, and Capt. James G. Espey, Med.-Res.
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES
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U. S. Naval Aviation
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Lt. George R. Fairlamb det. Nav. Sta., Coco Solo, C. Z., to Aircraf. Sqds., Sctg. Flt. Lt. Samuel B. McMurrain det. Bu. Aero, to Aircf. Sqds., Sctg. Flt. Ch. Pay Clk. William A. Swanson det. Nav. Air Sta., Pearl Harbor, to USS Aroostock. Lt. Comdr. Thales S. Boyd det. Nav. Air Sta., Lakehurst to Navy Yard, N. Y.
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES
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Marine Corps Air Orders
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Capt. J. T. Moore det. Kelly Field, to M.B., Quantico. Maj. C. A. Lutz det. Kelly Field, to Langley Field. First Lt. F. 0. Rogers det. N.A.S. Anacostia to Langley Field.
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Where to Fly
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AviationWeek_19250914_0019_011_0023.xml
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The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company
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The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company
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Publisher’s News Letter
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L.D.G
One of the principles of publishing is to attempt to give in every issue some features or articles that will have an interest for a certain large group of readers and then in the next have different types of articles that will appeal to another group.
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The Aircraft Service Directory
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Goodyear
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GOODYEAR
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Radiators Lamblin
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RADIATORS LAMBLIN
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AviationWeek_19250914_0019_011_0028.xml
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Titanine, Inc.
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TITANINE, Inc.
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Floyd J. Logan
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FLOYD J. LOGAN
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Robertson Aircraft Corporation
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ROBERTSON AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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AviationWeek_19250914_0019_011_0031.xml
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AviationWeek_19250914_0019_011_0032.xml
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Aerial Service Corporation
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AERIAL SERVICE CORPORATION
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Advertisements
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Classified Advertising
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Remington Burnelli Aircraft Corp.
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REMINGTON BURNELLI AIRCRAFT CORP.
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The Swallow Airplane Mfg. Co.
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THE SWALLOW AIRPLANE MFG. CO.
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Decatur Aircraft Company
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Decatur Aircraft Company
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Gardner Publishing Company
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GARDNER PUBLISHING COMPANY
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G. Elias & Bro., Inc.
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G. Elias & Bro., Inc.
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Summerill Tubing Company
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Summerill Tubing Company
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J. W. Wood Elastic Web Co.
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J. W. WOOD ELASTIC WEB CO.
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Johnson Airplane and Supply Co.
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Johnson Airplane and Supply Co.
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Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Company, Inc.
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CURTISS AEROPLANE & MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
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Wright Aeronautical Corporation
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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