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1912 Pneumatic Flight Helmet
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Attached is an overview of the technological advancements that had been introduced in the aviation community in 1912. References are made to the superiority of the Pneumatic Flying Helmet (pictured at right), and the installation of the W. I. Twombly Safety Harness, oil gauges, self-acting gas pumps, double-cables, self-starting motors and heavily re-enforced wheels.

References are also made to the 1910, twenty-two mile flight across the English Channel by a pilot named Bleriot.

     


Early Aviation Safety Inventions  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

Early Aviation Safety Inventions  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

Early Aviation Safety Inventions  (The Literary Digest, 1912)

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