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AMERICAS BIGGEST AEROPLAE : A “BATTL.CRUISER ” BELOGING TO T UmITED STATES ARMT.
AT TH AVIATION SCHOOL OF IHE ARMY, MINOLA : THE 50,004000 CANDLE. POWER SEARCH-LIGHT, AND “FLOOR-LIGHTSI OSD TO GUIDE IGHT.Y-LRS
TH MEDICAL DEPARTMErT AT TH U.s. ARMY AVIATIOn SCHOOL: T ArOPLAE DOCTOR ” MOTOrCYCLE, w RE CASE OP AOCIDE
” i/TO AVIATORS ALOFT 1537! OBS3TAT1/ jAN FOR INSTANTLY SIQLLUNG L ~AcCmiD S: THE WATCH-TOWER AND IDTRT.
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A “NOCENT” ar -i laT PueJ u IhrIOnAL DOUBISUATN. WITH TE TR*InU AunD RD IurD1ncTOGrvg” SWTes3O*
In the frst photograph is seen a Battle-Cruiser aeropae beldogin to the U.S. Army. It can carr teo, and is the biggeot machi for flying ever built in Amrica. Its dimensions may be gauged by comparing the machine with the mn’s fig~ s beside it. The other illstrations show things of interest at Mineola Aviation School (estab- lihed on an immense tract of land), the Army Aviation training centre. The second illustratio “hows the oo,oooooo andle-power searchlight on the flying-ground, with “oor-lights ”
to gide night-lyih aft. The third iflustration hws an “AeropLane Doctor” a motor- yde kept to amrry fs to any port of the aviation grund in cas o accidents. A “rooey,” or aviation student, is sen net leaCing structral detaits of a macdae. The aviation gould look-eut tower is san in the fifth inratio. At all hours a watches ainm . e sounds the alarm in case of accidents. A “roeoky’s” f!st fight as shown last. Behind hinits the instructor, with a switcho l nnidg .