Rationalizing Reno: Lessons Drawn From The Golden Age Of Aerospace

The Sept. 30–Oct. 13 issue of our sibling Aviation Week & Space Technology republished a story from 90 years earlier titled “Simulated Landings, Takeoffs in Fog Made by Lt. Doolittle” and detailing the first “blind flight,” which occurred on Sept. 24, 1929, at Long Island’s Mitchel Field. The...

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