A simplified method for estimating the take-off weight for by M. Arjomandi, N. K. Liseytsev

By M. Arjomandi, N. K. Liseytsev

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McKee, flight surgeon; Lt. John W. Evans, photographer; and Sgts. William G. Lew and Robert P. Blanton, mechanics) made it safely to El Paso by December 7, 1918. They reached Houston on the 1 lth, New Orleans, the 14th, Montgomery, the 16th, Americus, Georgia, the 17th, and Jacksonville, the 18th. S. Air Service's first transcontinental flight,'' Smith and his men flew south to Dorr Field to spend Christmas before heading northward to Washington. (Map 1) Since leaving California the men had met with no sizable problems or serious difficulties.

Nathan P. S. ARMY training plane on a two-week recruiting trip to Rhode Island. Langley Field, Virginia, sent a recruiting expedition into Pennsylvania. Ellington Field near Houston formed a recruiting squadron with four DH-4s to work an area from Denver to Cheyenne, Wyoming, then to Lincoln, Nebraska, and Kansas City, Missouri. The 12th Balloon Company put a recruiting party into the same general area. Lt. Col. John D. Carmody visited flying fields in search of men who would volunteer to transfer to fill eight hundred vacancies then existing in balloon and airship companies.

If he made sergeant first class (SFC), the total went up to $1,690. In addition he received such things as free medical attention, free amusement, a chance to travel, and commissary privileges for married men. Compare this, the Air Service said, with the $885 the average civilian of 20-25 years of age made in 1 year. Chances for advancement were excellent. ” The enlisted man with a high school education who applied himself, had a good knowledge of planes and motors, and could pass the physical examination could learn to fly.

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