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    • The Thunderbird (magazine), Volume 02, Number 02

    • The Thunderbird (magazine), Volume 02, Number 02
    • Southwest Airways, Inc.
    • Falcon Field (Mesa, Ariz.); Flight training--Arizona; Flight training--United States; Military operations, Aerial--American; Military operations, Aerial--British; Military operations, Aerial--Chinese; Southwest Airways--Periodicals; Southwest...
    • The Thunderbird magazine was published monthly by Southwest Airways, Inc. beginning in March 1943. The magazine documents the company's operations of four airfields across the Phoenix Valley, Thunderbird Field No. 1 (Glendale, Ariz.), Thunderbird...
    • DH-4 at liberty bond flying circus

    • DH-4 at liberty bond flying circus
    • Unknown
    • Airplanes; Air Pilots; Aeronautics--Arizona--History; Air Shows
    • A DH-4 at the Phoenix Liberty Bond Flying Circus on May 9, 1919 at the state fairgrounds. The couple beside the airplane appear to be Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hirst.
    • DH-4 Border Patrol Wreckage

    • DH-4 Border Patrol Wreckage
    • Hinkle, Lt. Stacy C.
    • Airplanes, Military--History; Arizona--History--1912-1950
    • A DH-4 Border Patrol aircraft after a forced landing, July 1919. The spreader bar was low enough to hit obstructions and aircraft with this landing gear were known to have a built in ground loop. Crosswinds and rough fields aggravated the...
    • Big chicken DH-4 and pony soldiers

    • Big chicken DH-4 and pony soldiers
    • Hinkle, Lt. Stacy C.
    • Airplanes, Military--History; Arizona--History--1912-1950
    • 12th Aero Squadron DH-4 flying liason with Calvary troops on United States-Mexico border patrol in 1920.
    • U.S. army DH-4 biplanes at Douglas International Airport

    • U.S. army DH-4 biplanes at Douglas International Airport
    • Walter Johnson
    • Airports; Airplanes, Military -- History; Airports
    • The white radiators on the DH-4's indicate they are from the 12th Aero Squadron based at Fort Sam Houston. Six of these observation ships were sent to the Arizona border during April of 1929 during the Escobar Rebellion.
    • The first airplane in Kingman

    • The first airplane in Kingman
    • Unknown
    • Air Shows; Airplanes, Military--History; Arizona--History--1912-1950
    • One of the three big DH-4 airplanes visiting Kingman from Ellington Air Base, Texas was teh first airplane in Kingman on February 22, 1919. The aircraft gave both Kingman and Oatman their first air shows and the next day flew to Peach Springs and...

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