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AAHS Journal Vol 62, No 1
AAHS Journal, Vol 62, No 1
Spring 2017

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This Day in History: 
May 28, 1919

The NC-4, one of four Curtiss flying boats commanded by Lt. Cmdr. Albert C. Read, completes the first transatlantic a/c crossing when it reaches Lisbon, Portugal after hops from Trepassy Bay, Newfoundland, Horta, Azores and Ponta Delgada. The Liberty-powered a/c was piloted by Walter Hinton.

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