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NAS North Island Inspection of First 12 - Plane Nonstop Flight to Hawaii
Wide World Photos
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Coronado Public Library
California Revealed from Coronado Public Library
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Images documenting the Early History of Naval Air Station North Island and the U.S. Army's Rockwell Field
Printed on back of photo: Lined up for inspection at Sandiego, Cal. just before off on San Diego - Hawaii flight. Longest non-stop flight ever--using 12 planes. Lieut Commander W.M. McDade in charge. 1-28-37
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