"What a laugh we had the other day at Tucson. Wiley and Amelia were there telling jokes, as usual, when the air transport crowd landed. One of the passengers said, "I have endured no water, no toilet, no food, no nothin’." Another pilot there, I think it was Pancho, said, "Hell, don't you have a Thermos?! That'll solve half your problems!""
Description: A high-quality book with great history from the Golden Age of Aviation!
This book contains splendid greyscale copies of ALL 218 pages of the original Davis-Monthan Airfield Register.The Register records flight activities into and out of the Airfield between February 6, 1925 and November 26, 1936, a decade forming the heart of the Golden Age of Aviation.The pages are literally chock-full of irresistible Golden Age history waiting just inside the compelling, heavy-weight, matched, goggle-embossed covers.But thats not all!A BIG PLUS is this book also contains THREE valuable chapters with extensive TABLES that cross-reference the pilots and airplanes with the Register page numbers!