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In spotlight at Congressional autogiro hearing. Washington, D.C., April 26. Highlight of today's news on Capitol Hill was the autogiro hearing before the House Military Affairs Committee, with Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison as the first witness. Outstanding aviation experts were asked their opinion of the value of rotor type of aircraft in time of war. Here we see, left to right: Prof. Alexander Klemin, Dean of the Guggenhein School of Aeronautics, New York City; Rep. Andrew J. may, Chairman of the House Military Affairs Committee, and Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison, 4/26/38

In spotlight at Congressional autogiro hearing. Washington, D.C., April 26. Highlight of today's news on Capitol Hill was the autogiro hearing before the House Military Affairs Committee, with Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison as the first witness. Outstanding aviation experts were asked their opinion of the value of rotor type of aircraft in time of war. Here we see, left to right: Prof. Alexander Klemin, Dean of the Guggenhein School of Aeronautics, New York City; Rep. Andrew J. may, Chairman of the House Military Affairs Committee, and Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison, 4/26/38

 
 

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