Aircraft radio operator makes contact with ground radio operator while O-39 flies in fog bank in the United States.
United States USA Date:1934 Duration:2 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
Progress of U.S. military aviation in the United States. Two ground crewmen walks toward an aircraft U.S. O-39 minus wheel spats and canopy, parked in front of a hangar. A civilian installs an aerometrogram (an instrument used to record pressure, humidity, and temperature) on the wing of an aircraft O-39 minus wheel spats and canopy. Pilot of the aircraft wearing foul weather face gear. The aircraft radio operator contacts the control tower. He tells them they are going to take off. Aircraft O-39, parked in front of the hangar as engine starts. The O-39 in flight over a weather tower. It flies in a fog bank and disappears. The radio operator contacts the control tower. Ground radio operator verify the contact. Ground radio operator receives a call from the aircraft radio operator. Aircraft radio operator makes contact with the airfield. Fog-shrouded New York Harbor. Statue of Liberty dimly visible. Ocean liners and tugs underway in the fog-shrouded New York Harbor.
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