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AAHS Journal Vol 61, No 4
AAHS Journal, Vol 61, No 4
Winter 2016

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This Day in History: 
March 30, 1927

Aircraft Type Certificate No. 1 is issued by the Aeronautics Board of the Dept. of Commerce (later, the FAA) to the Buhl Airster C-3A, a three-place open biplane.  Another eight certificates are issued by the end of the year.

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