AERONAUTICS: Newest in War

We may shortly see a giant dirigible coursing through the sky, with a dozen small fighting airplanes suspended from it ready to fly off at a moment's notice. Lengthy studies of this problem by the Army Air Service culminated in success last week at Mitchel Field, L. I. A large ring was placed on the upper wing of an airplane and a hook of corresponding dimensions was hung from the passenger gondola of an airship. The airplane pilot regulated his speed till it was no greater than that of the dirigible and was...

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