Transport: Foolproof Planes

In one day last week, two private flying accidents killed five persons. In Milwaukee, four Chicagoans in a rented Stinson Junior plunged to death when the plane fell off in a flatspin from 200 ft. while circling to land. In New Brunswick, N. J. a 22-year-old youth perished when an

OX5 Bird went into a flatspin at 800 ft., crashed.

In the U. S. someone is killed in a private flying accident two days out of every three. At least 70% of these fatal accidents are caused by stalls and accompanying spins. Because the...

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