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100 miles (160 km)

209 pounds (95 kg)

140 US gallons (530 l)

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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies

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  • Shiner, John F. (1997). "The Coming of the GHQ Air Force, 1925-1935". In Bernard C. Nalty. Winged Shield, Winged Sword: A History of the United States Air Force. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. ISBN 0-16-049009-X. OCLC 36103616. 

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  1. ^ Joy Blackburn (May 17, 2013). "Hurricane Hunters Are Back". The Virgin Islands Daily News, No. 22702.  p. 1
  2. ^ Finney, Robert T. (1955). USAF Historical Study 100, History of the Air Corps Tactical School 1920–1940 (PDF). Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Air University. Retrieved 2011-08-09. 
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  8. ^ Per the Veterans Affairs National Gravesite Locator ("National Gravesite Locator". US Department of Veterans Affairs. Retrieved May 12, 2007. ) he and his wife, also a WWII veteran, are buried together in Section 14, Site 724.
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  12. ^ Lt.Col. John F. Shiner (1997). "The Coming of GHQ Air Force, 1925-1935, Volume I 1907-1950". In Bernard C. Nalty. The Army Air Forces in World War II Vol. Six: Men and Planes. Air Force History and Museums Program. ISBN 0-16-049009-X. 
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