By Ruth Ann Ingraham
The mid-1920s to the mid-1950s have been Cornish’s such a lot lively years in aviation. in the course of that interval, sod runways gave option to asphalt and urban; navigation developed from the iron rail compass to radar; runways that when were defined at evening with cans of oil crowned off with flaming gas now shimmered with multicolored electrical lighting fixtures; rather than being filled subsequent to mailbags in open-air cockpits, passengers sat very easily in streamlined, pressurized cabins. within the early part of that period, Cornish played aerobatics and received air races. He went directly to run a full-service flying company, served as leader pilot for the castle Wayne News-Sentinel, controlled the city’s municipal airport, helped display screen and hold secure skies above the continental usa in the course of international conflict II, and directed Indiana’s first Aeronautics Commission.
Dedicating his lifestyles to flight and its many ramifications, Cornish helped advisor the practical improvement of aviation because it grew from infancy to adulthood. via his many own reports, the tale of flight nationally is performed out.
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When I inherited their voluminous collection in 1996, I became the keeper of the ingredients for a story that had not been told, and I committed myself to carry it to fruition. Making sense of all their materials was more than I could manage at first, so in the summer of 1997 I asked Mark Copple, a neighbor who had just graduated from college, to begin the organizational process. He put dozens upon dozens of undated newspaper clippings in chronological order—a monumental task—and assembled them along with other materials.
Signal Corps. 583 miles per hour, the military concluded that the craft met specifications and ordered one. On August 2, 1909, the Flyer became America’s first military plane, designated Signal Corps Aeroplane No. 1 (SC1) and identified in the Washington Evening Star as “Aeroplane No. ” Lt. Benjamin Foulois, who served as Orville Wright’s navigator on that demonstration flight, became America’s first military pilot; in fact, he was the sole military pilot until April 1911. By late 1910, SC1 was worn out and ready for retirement.
Ruth Ann Ingraham August 15, 2013 *“Aviation Museum Proposed for State,” Indianapolis News, November 19, 1952, 25. Acknowledgments MY FATHER AND MOTHER meticulously saved and protected documents and artifacts that span a century in time. When I inherited their voluminous collection in 1996, I became the keeper of the ingredients for a story that had not been told, and I committed myself to carry it to fruition. Making sense of all their materials was more than I could manage at first, so in the summer of 1997 I asked Mark Copple, a neighbor who had just graduated from college, to begin the organizational process.