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" ... dope" with which the airplane wings are covered and made airtight. An airplane must have wings and an engine, with a propeller to make it go; and, like a bird, it must have a tail to make it fly straight and a body (fuselage) to hold all together.... "
The armies of industry: our nation's manufacture of munitions for a world in ... - Page 335
by Benedict Crowell, Robert Forrest Wilson - 1921
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America's munitions 1917-1918: Report of Benedict Crowell, the Assistant ...

United States. War Dept, Benedict Crowell - Defense industries - 1919 - 592 pages
...parts of the wings (the ailerons) move up and down and make the airplane tip from side to side. All of these things must be connected to the controls in...through the air, the airplane is lifted and flies. All of the airplanes built for the United States during the war were tractor biplanes. In a plane of the...
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America's Part in the World War: A History of the Full Greatness of Our ...

Richard Joseph Beamish, Francis Andrew March - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919 - 590 pages
...from left to right; part moves up and down and makes the airplane go up or down. Parts of the wings move up and down and make the airplane tip from side to side. All these things must be connected to controls in the hands of the pilot. In the airplanes built for the United States the propeller was...
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The armies of industry. 1921. 2 v

Benedict Crowell, Robert Forrest Wilson - World War, 1914-1918 - 1921
...from Air Service Photo from AIr Service WINGS FOR DE HAVILAND PLANES Photo from Curtiss Aeroplane 13 Motor Corporation PANEL DEPARTMENT IN GREAT AIRPLANE...through the air, the airplane is lifted and flies. Of all types the biplane has been the most largely used in war, for two reasons : first, the struts...
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The armies of industry. 1921. 2 v

Benedict Crowell, Robert Forrest Wilson - World War, 1914-1918 - 1921
...Photo from Asr Service WINGS FOR DE HAVILAND PLANES Photo from Curtus Aeroplane & Motor Corporation THE PROBLEM OF MATERIAL ONCE we had started out on...through the air, the airplane is lifted and flies. Of all types the biplane has been the most largely used in war, for two reasons : first, the struts...
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