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Kokenki

"This big Japanese monoplane remained aloft for 62 1/2 hours and flew 7,245 miles to set an endurance record and distance record for Japan. The flight was made around a "closed course" which ringed the sacred mountain Fujuiyama. The pilots were Major Fuita and Sergeant Takahashi. The craft was manufactured by the Tokyo Gasu Denki concern. It had a wing span of 88'6' and was 49' 2" long. Gross weight was 7,840 pounds and the ship has a top speed of 133 mph fully loaded

Kokenki
johnbr, Aug 20, 2013
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