June 1922

Some Forced Plane Landings in Santo Domingo

Volume 7, Issue 2

MY first cross-country flight in Santo Domingo was a good initiation into the country, its flying possibilities and limitations. I left the field at Consuelo with Lieutenant Rovegno, one of the pilots we were relieving, who was to show me several of the landing fields in the Eastern District and then to take mail to Santo Domingo City.

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