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Navy not interested. Washington, D.C., April 26. The U.S. Navy is not interested in experimenting with autogiros but would be pleased if someone else were to develop them to a point suitable for naval use, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison told the House Military Affairs Committee today. He was testifying at the hearing on a bill by Rep. Frank Dorsey to authorize a $2,000,000 appropriation for experimentation by the War Department with the rotor type of aircraft, 4/26/38

Navy not interested. Washington, D.C., April 26. The U.S. Navy is not interested in experimenting with autogiros but would be pleased if someone else were to develop them to a point suitable for naval use, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles Edison told the House Military Affairs Committee today. He was testifying at the hearing on a bill by Rep. Frank Dorsey to authorize a $2,000,000 appropriation for experimentation by the War Department with the rotor type of aircraft, 4/26/38

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