Hawaii From the Air

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Title

Hawaii From the Air

Description

In the late 1910's and early 1920's, the United States had very little in the way of military aircraft. In an effort to convince both the public and officials there was value in investing in these aircraft, a series of aerial surveys and bombing tests were done along coastlines in the Pacific, beginning in Hawaii.

This article covers the run at Hawaii, including a number of great photographs and interviews with the crew. Once they finished there, proving things worked as they hoped, they made their way to Palmyra and photographed the atoll.

Creator

Cruse Carriel

Publisher

Flying Magazine

Date

1921-02

Rights

Public Domain

Language

English

Citation

Cruse Carriel, “Hawaii From the Air,” Palmyra Archive, accessed July 23, 2019, http://palmyraarchive.org/items/show/149.

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