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[[Image]] Boeing Airplane Company photo [Side Right of Page] 32 U.S. Air Services November, 1931 With a wing span of 76 feet and powered with two "Hornet" engines, this newest of Uncle Sam's war birds carries a crew of five and can transport two 1,000-pound bombs Interesting view of the Boeing all-metal, low-wing bomber. The Army has ordered seven airplanes of this type from the Boeing Airplane Company at a cost of almost $700,000. Performance figures have not been released, but it is authoritatively asserted that the Bomber is substantially faster than any present type of bombing airplane
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