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AAHS Journal Vol 60, No 2
AAHS Journal, Vol 60, No 2
Summer 2015

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This Day in History: 
September 5, 1922

In a modified DH-4B Liberty 400, Lt. James H. Doolittle, U.S. Air Services, makes the first transcontinental flight within a single day, flying from Jacksonville, FL via Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX to Rockwell Field, Coronado, CA - a distance of 2163 miles - in 21 hr 19 min. It was Doolittle's second attempt, a previous try having been prevented by an unavoidable accident.

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