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Aviation's newest instruments and piloting techniques for "blind" flying and landing in fog and bad weather will be described by Lieutenant Benjamin S. Kelsey, Instructor in Aero-Photography, United States Army Air Corps, in a lecture on "Aerial Navigation and Instrument Flying" tonight at 8 o'clock at the Institute of Geographical Exploration, 2 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge.
Lieutenant Kelsey has been associated for many years with the scientific development of airplane instruments. In 1929 he was connected with the Guggenheim Blind Flying Laboratories, and at present he is stationed at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio.
The address is open to the public without charge and is one of a series of lectures on various aspects of scientific exploration presented under the auspices of the Institute.
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