Harry Lyon (aviator)

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Historic Flight Southern Cross Flight (8091710223).jpg
The Southern Cross landing in Brisbane in 1928.


Harry Lyon (born in the United States of America), was the navigator for the first flight across the Pacific in 1928 with Charles Kingsford Smith (as pilot), Charles Ulm (as co-pilot) and fellow-American James Warner as the (radio operator) in the Southern Cross.[1]

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