AERONAUTICS: Fastest Seaplanes

France, Italy, England are bending every effort to win the Schneider Cup seaplane race to be held at Cowes, England, on Sept. 28. But the U. S. Navy will give them a good run. Two of four U. S. entries have made their final tests. The CR-32, tested at Garden City, is a seaplane adaptation of the racer which won the Pulitzer Cup in 1921; the TW-2, tested at the Philadelphia Naval Air Station, is the most powerful single-motored seaplane ever built, carrying 700 horsepower in its Wright engine. According to official observers, these are the fastest seaplanes in the...

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