James Doolittle board a transport airplane and sets a new coast to coast air record in Newark, New Jersey.
Newark New Jersey USA Date:1935, January 16 Duration:1 min 11 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. aviation pioneer General James Harold 'Jimmy' Doolittle sets a new air record for flying a transport plane from Glendale to Newark in twelve hours in Newark, New Jersey. Doolittle and a man look into a map. They both board a transport airplane. 'Shell' written on the airplane. The airplane taxis and takes off from Glendale, California. The airplane in flight over the mountains. Insignia of the United States on the airplane. The airplane in flight over the clouds. The airplane lands and taxis on a runway. Hangars and a building in the background. Jimmy gets off from the airplane with his wife at an airfield in Newark.
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