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[[underline]] Saturday 14th April [[/underline]] Returned to LG-CAVV all the way so got no practice. Ernie Cutrell requested copy of my report. [[underline]] Sunday 15th April [[/underline]] Picnic with Audrey & Jimmy. [[underline]] Monday 16th April. [[/underline]] Flew to McArthur field (Sperry Co. location at Islip, L.I.). Flew attitude gyro & Gyro-syn compass in Sperry's Howard. Could only go to about 90 [[degree]] bank and 45 [[degree]] climb + dive a/c type a/craft. Looked good- Gyro-syn compass very stable- no observable turn or acceleration errors- When gyro was tumbled, the needle whipped around momentarily then settled to +- 10 [[degree]] of [[strikethrough]] orig [[/strikethrough]] correct heading. This could be corrected by the caging knob and the annunciator, immediately or would come out slowly of itself. In Garden City saw components of Gyro-syn + test equipment. Also heard good two way voice on micro wave CN. Wire recorder used to demonstrated this looked good for use in our airplane. Talked with Dr. Barrow Brought him up to date and gave him minutes of meetings, etc. Dinner with Joe Lyman in evening. He has marvelous 4 acre farm near Huntington. Also has
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