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Hawaii Aviation | Missing at Sea – Articles

Missing at Sea – Articles

Articles about the missing plane and the search for John Rodgers and his crew, circa 1925, are scanned from various sources.

Missing at Sea - Articles
Failure of Gas Supply to force Plane Down almost within sight of goal, 9-1-1925 Failure of Gas Supply to force Plane Down almost within sight of goal, 9-1-1925 Flier amost certainly at mercy of seas, 300 miles from Hawaii, 9-1-1925 Flier amost certainly at mercy of seas, 300 miles from Hawaii, 9-1-1925 Rodgers' cruiser will land today according to present indications, 9-1-1925 Rodgers' cruiser will land today according to present indications, 9-1-1925 Rodgers' plane less than 700 miles from Honolulu, 9-1-1925 Rodgers' plane less than 700 miles from Honolulu, 9-1-1925 Scores See Flight Progress on Board at Hawaiian Trust, 9-1-1925 Scores See Flight Progress on Board at Hawaiian Trust, 9-1-1925 To See Fliers, 9-1-1925 To See Fliers, 9-1-1925 Vantage Points for Viewing End of Pacific Hop, 9-1-1925 Vantage Points for Viewing End of Pacific Hop, 9-1-1925 Boeing 3rd Plane Takes Off Thursday, 9-2-1925 Boeing 3rd Plane Takes Off Thursday, 9-2-1925 Flagplane Lost 15 Hours as Searchers Start Dawn Vigil, 9-2-1925 Flagplane Lost 15 Hours as Searchers Start Dawn Vigil, 9-2-1925 Plane Not Found, 9-2-1925 Plane Not Found, 9-2-1925 Rodgers' Plane Seaworthy, She'll Survive 9-2-1925 Rodgers' Plane Seaworthy, She'll Survive 9-2-1925 Boeing Ship Won't Leave Coast Today, 9-3-1925 Boeing Ship Won't Leave Coast Today, 9-3-1925 If Hope Prevails, a Gallant Commander and His Gallant Crew Will Read This, 9-3-1925 If Hope Prevails, a Gallant Commander and His Gallant Crew Will Read This, 9-3-1925 More Than 40 Hours Pass Without Trace of Striken Flagship PN-9, 9-3-1925 More Than 40 Hours Pass Without Trace of Striken Flagship PN-9, 9-3-1925 PN-9 No. 3 Definitely Elimated, 9-3-1925 PN-9 No. 3 Definitely Elimated, 9-3-1925 SS Sunnadin Saves Patrol Plane From Hitting Rocks, 9-3-1925 SS Sunnadin Saves Patrol Plane From Hitting Rocks, 9-3-1925 Trans-Atlantic Flight Hero Is Optimistic of Rodgers' Fate, 9-3-1925 Trans-Atlantic Flight Hero Is Optimistic of Rodgers' Fate, 9-3-1925 Double Air Tragedy is Keenly Felt, 9-3-1925 Double Air Tragedy is Keenly Felt, 9-3-1925 Fleet Craft Will Join in Plane Hunt, 9-4-1925 Fleet Craft Will Join in Plane Hunt, 9-4-1925 It's Up to Us to Put This Across Says Commander, 9-4-1925 It's Up to Us to Put This Across Says Commander, 9-4-1925 Patrol Planes Off Maui Back to Pearl Harbor, 9-4-1925 Patrol Planes Off Maui Back to Pearl Harbor, 9-4-1925 Rodgers Search Enters 4th Day, 9-4-1925 Rodgers Search Enters 4th Day, 9-4-1925 Searchers on Whippoowill See 3 Night Flares Report, 9-4-1925 Searchers on Whippoowill See 3 Night Flares Report, 9-4-1925 Entire Area Toward Oahu Under Comb, 9-6-1925 Entire Area Toward Oahu Under Comb, 9-6-1925 Mitchell Denounces Air Policies, 9-6-1925 Mitchell Denounces Air Policies, 9-6-1925 Support Urged for Airport to be Named for Commander Rodgers, 9-6-1925 Support Urged for Airport to be Named for Commander Rodgers, 9-6-1925 Sea Terriers En Route to Hunt Rodgers Lost 6 Days, 9-7-1925 Sea Terriers En Route to Hunt Rodgers Lost 6 Days, 9-7-1925 Afloat Less than Half an Hour, Opinion, 9-8-1925 Afloat Less than Half an Hour, Opinion, 9-8-1925 Destroyers Sweep Sea For Rodgers, 9-8-1925 Destroyers Sweep Sea For Rodgers, 9-8-1925 The Rodgers Airport, 9-8-1925 The Rodgers Airport, 9-8-1925
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