No record stands until approved by
the Fédération Internationale Aeronautique of Paris. This autocratic
body has now officially awarded 15 new records for seaplanes to the
U. S. These include high speed, altitude, endurance. The termination of
the 1923 flying season finds the U. S. holding 33 records in all for
land and seaplanes, all won during the last two years.
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