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March 3rd:  All flights made were experiments in locating submarine at the mouth of harbor and just outside.  Had no difficulty in locating submarine submerged.

March 4th:  All flights were searching for submarine running submerged in mouth of harbor. Had no trouble locating it.

March 5th:  Flights same object as two previous days with same result in deep sea water.  Submarine sank to bottom well inside harbor; could not see it distinctly on account of oil on water and color of bottom.

March 6th:  During first flight compression lever worked up in air and stopped motor.  Landed safely.  Took compression release rod off and found locking pin stuck.  Cleaned, oiled and replaced.  During second flight roller on right chain broke and hit propeller without seriously damaging it.  Glided safely down.  Took off right chain and replaced with new one.

March 7th:  Gave instruction flights to Lieuts. B.L. Smith, Sutherland, Ensigns Picking and Wood.

[[preprinted]] One copy to be retained for aviator's log.  Duplicate to be sent to Navy Department, Bureau of Navigation, for filing in Department Aviation Records.
Signature: [[/preprinted]] Alfred A, Cunningham, 1st Lieut. U.S.M.C.

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^[[Guantanamo Bay, Cuba]] 

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Record - U.S. Navy Aeroplane no. ^[[B-1]], Date ^[[February 25,]], 191^[[3]], to ^[[March 1, 1913]] 191
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DATE. ^[[1913]] | WEATHER. | WIND. DIRECTION. | WIND FORCE. | BAR. | THER. DRY. | NO. OF FLIGHT. | OPERATOR NAME. | OPERATOR. WEIGHT. | TIME AT BEGINNING OF FLIGHT. | DURATION OF FLIGHT | APPROXIMATE ALTITUDE ABOVE SURFACE. | EXTRA LOAD CARRIED.

Feb. 25 | Bc. | NW. | 4 | 29.90 | - | 322 | Lt. Cunningham. | 170 | Ens. Chevalier. | 135 | 8.18 | 11 | 150 |   |
 " | " | NW. | 4 | " | - | 323 |       Do.     | 170 | E. Boydler, C. Elec. | 160 | 8.38 | 13 | 200 |   |
Feb. 26 | " | NW. | 5 | 30.00 | - | 324 |       Do.     | 170 | H. E. Admus, CMM. | 155 | 6.56 | 11 | 200 |   |
 " | " | NW. | 4 | " | - | 325 |       Do.     | 170 | -- | -- | 7.35 | 15 | 500 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 2 | " | - | 326 |       Do.     | 170 |    -  -            | -- | 7.55 | 10 | 250 |   |  
| " | " | NW. | 1 | " | - | 327 |       Do.     | 170 | Lt. Smith.           | 170 | 8.25 | 14 | 200 |   |
| "  | " | NW. | 1 | "   | - | 328 |       Do.     | 170 |    --            | -- | 8.48 |  9 | 300 |   |
| Feb. 27 | " | NW. | 2 | "   | - | 329 |       Do.     | 170 | Ens. R. F. Wood. | 155 | 6.42 | 19 | 300 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 3 | "   | - | 330 |       Do.     | 170 | Ens. Picking. | 155 | 7.14 | 16 | 250 |   |
| Feb. 28 | " | NW. | 1 | "   | - | 331 |       Do.     | 170| Ens. J. W. Reeves. | 150 | 6.40 |  16 | 300 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 5 | "   | - | 332 |       Do.     | 170 |    --           | -- | 7.05 |  9 | 300 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 2 | "   | - | 333 |       Do.     | 170 | Ens. Picking. | 155 | 7.26 | 14 | 500 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 2 | "   | - | 334 |       Do.     | 170 | Ens. R. F. Wood. | 155 | 7.51 | 16 | 250 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 2 | "   | - | 335 |       Do.     | 170 | Ens. Chevalier. | 135 | 8.16 | 22 | 150 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 1 | "   | - | 336 |       Do.     | 170 | Lt. R. T. Zane. | 175 | 8.49 |  12 | 250 |   |
| Mar. 1 | " | NW. | 5 | 29.89 | - | 337 |       Do.     | 170 | Ens. Wood. | 155 | 6.35 | 18 | 300 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 3 | "   | - | 338 |       Do.     | 170 | Ens.Picking.    | 155 | 7.01 | 17 | 200 |   |
| "     | " | NW. | 2 | "   | - | 339 |       Do.     | 170 |    --            | -- | 7.38 | 16 | 825 |   |
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NOTE.——On the reverse side, opposite the corresponding "No. of Flight." desirable remarks such as object of flight, character of flight, places of starting and landing, result of any experiment made, description of any accident however slight, damage sustained, repairs made, any unusual consumption or economy of oil or fuel, meteorlogical notes, time required to assemble and to disassemble, when occurring.

Enter full data in the first six columns each day, whether flights are made or not.
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