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" The landing after the two distance flights in tests A and B shall be made: (a) By stopping the motor at or before the moment of touching the ground or water... "
Aircraft in War and Peace - Page 113
by William Alexander Robson - 1916 - 176 pages
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Flying Men & Their Machines

Clarence Winchester - Aeronautics - 1916 - 242 pages
...buoys. 7. The candidate before commencing the distance tests shall indicate an alighting point. 8. The alighting after the two distance flights in tests A and B shall be made: () By stopping the motor at or before the moment of touching the ground or water. (b) By bringing...
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Textbook of Naval Aeronautics

Henry Woodhouse - Aeronautics, Military - 1917 - 286 pages
...distance flown shall be reckoned as if in a straight line between the two posts or buoys. 7. The landing after the two distance flights in tests A and B shall...By bringing the aircraft to rest not more than 50 meters (164 feet) from a point indicated previously by the candidate. 8. All landings must be made...
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The Air Man: His Conquests in Peace and War

Francis Arnold Collins - Aeronautics - 1917 - 241 pages
...distance flown shall be reckoned as if in a straight line between the two posts or buoys. 7. The landing after the two distance flights in tests A and B shall...By bringing the aircraft to rest not more than 50 meters (164 feet) from a point indicated previously by the candidate. 8. All landings must be made...
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How to Fly

A Frederick Collins - 1917
...distance flown shall be reckoned as if in a straight line between the two posts or buoys. (7) The landing after the two distance flights in tests A and B shall...before the moment of touching the ground or water, and (b) by bringing the aircraft to rest not more than 50 meters (164 feet) from a point indicated...
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How to fly

Archie Frederick Collins - Technology & Engineering - 1917 - 182 pages
...distance flown shall be reckoned as if in a straight line between the two posts or buoys. (7) The landing after the two distance flights in tests A and B shall...before the moment of touching the ground or water, and (b) by bringing the aircraft to rest not more than 50 meters (164 feet) from a point indicated...
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The air man: his conquests in peace and war

Francis Arnold Collins - Aeronautics, Military - 1917 - 241 pages
...distance flown shall be reckoned as if in a straight line between the two posts or buoys. 7. The landing after the two distance flights in tests A and B shall...before the moment of touching the ground or water ; (&) By bringing the aircraft to rest not more than 50 meters (164 feet) from a point indicated previously...
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The way of the air: a description of modern aviation

Edgar Charles Middleton - History - 1917 - 185 pages
...of 8. The distance flown shall be reckoned as if in a straight line between the two posts or buoys. The alighting after the two distance flights in tests A and B shall be made (a) lay stopping the motor at or before the moment of touching the ground or water; (b) by bringing the...
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US Air Services, Volumes 3-4

1919
...the buoys. 7. The landing after the two distance flights in tests A and В shall be made as follows: (a) By stopping the motor at or before the moment of touching the ground or the water. (b) By bringing the aircraft to rest not more than 164 feet from a point which has previously...
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