1929's record-setting endurance flights
from General Aviation News
The 1920s saw many records set for altitude, speed, endurance and range, but they were destined to be only fleeting. The records fell quickly due to the development of better aircraft and engines. January 1929 began the year with an achievement that many thought would never be exceeded anytime in the near future — the epic six day flight of the Question Mark. The Question Mark was a modified Fokker transport aircraft that was flown to a refueled endurance record by US Army aviators.
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