Proceedings Magazine - July 1955 Vol. 81/7/629

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In this day of aircraft speeds of well over 600 m.p.h. and with some experimental airplanes attaining speeds of over 1,000 m.p.h., we are inclined to think of anything around 200 m.p.h. as being...

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