Aeronautics Notes, Dec. 5, 1927

The nation's business will henceforth have offices in the air. Just completed are two Curtiss Falcons; standard army planes for observation and attack. In the observer's cockpit are fixed folding desks. In them will be prepared or studied reports, speeches, while Frederick Trubee Davison, Assistant Secretary of War for Aviation, and the Navy's Assistant Secretary for Aviation, Edward P. Warner, are winging their ways to keep appointments.

Airplanes on skis are just completed for the Canadian air mail. The pilots will thereby be able to alight on...

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