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Fly Magazine
The National Aeronautic Monthly
VOL. V APRIL, 1913 NO. 6


[[2 columned table of contents]]
|Title|Page Number|
|The Need of a National Aeronautical Laboratory|Page 6|
|Proposed Bill to Establish National Aeronautical Laboratory|7|
|Concerning the Connections Between a National Aeronautical Laboratory and Institutions of Learning|8|
|Established Laboratories Courtesy of Captain W.I. Chambers.|8|
|Items of Interest from Foreign Lands|9|
|Pacific Slopes Mecca of Birdmen|10|
|Christofferson Active With Hydro-Aeroplane|10|
|Sutro Welcomes Liner|10|
|Clement Bayard Wins Suit|10|
|An Anglysis of the Diving Rotation By Albert Adams Merrill, Massachusetts Institute of Technology|11|
|Weldon Cook to Manufacture Aeroplanes|12|
|Benefit for Frey's Widow a Big Success|13|
|Gyroscopic Action|15|
|An Era of Growth|15|
|Wrights Victorious in Courts at Home and Abroad|16|
|Flying Boat to Solve Maritime Aviation Problems|19|
|Perreyron Makes New Altitude Record|19|
|England Enters Gordon-Bennett|19|
|Philadelphia Aero Club Tractor Biplane|20|
|New Club to Build Hydro-Biplane|21|
|Japan to Pension Aviators|23|
|Aeroplane for Engineering Work|24|
|Kirkham Company Re-organizes|24|
|New Licensed Pilots|24|
|Navy Aviators at Guantanamo Bay|25|
|Licenses Gained at Thomas School|25|
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