Aviation Mechanics Magazine, May-June 1931, Volume 2, Number 1 - Building the U.S.S. Akron - The World's Largest Airship

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

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Condition: Good


80 pages. Features: Buhl Aircraft Company ad inside front cover; America's Fortress of the Sky - photo-illustrated article on construction of the U.S.S. Akron; Building and Flying the Amphibian Glider - article with detailed drawings; Great Britain's Flying Giants - photo-illustrated article; The Airplane of Tomorrow Now Being Perfected - photo-illustrated article on technical innovations by the N.A.C.A. at Langley Field; Flying Beyond the Twilight Zone - photo-illustrated article on lighting to permit night flight; How to Build the Rhon Ranger - photo illustrated article with detailed drawings; Meteorology and Navigation; New Radio Transmitter for Airway Application - The 8A and 9A; The Bleriot 110 - illustrated article on this new long-distance high-wing monoplane; Training Transport Pilots - photo-illustrated article on Parks Air College; Article on diesel engines with photo of Packard diesel aircraft engine; Solving the problem of Radio Shielding on Airplaine Engines; and more. Average wear. Openings at each end of covers along spine. Binding intact. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy.