U.S. Army Air Service Lt. Cyrus Bettis wins the Pulitzer Trophy at the International Air Races, Mitchel Field, New York
United States USA Date:1925, October 12 Duration:11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army pilot Lieutenant Cyrus Bettis gets out of his Curtiss R3C-1 racer airplane after winning the Pulitzer Trophy Race and setting a new world speed record of 249.3 miles per hour in the International Air Races at Mitchel Field, New York. He is congratulated by U.S. Army Air Service Major T. G. Lanphier.
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