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BYRD ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION PLANES

The three planes to be used in the Antarctic expedition organized by explorer Richard Byrd are shown before take off from Mitchell Field, Long Island, N.Y., Sept. 7, 1928. The planes from left are, the Fokker monoplane piloted by Dean Smith; the Fairchild with Harold June at the controls; and the tri-motored Ford piloted by Bernt Balchen. (AP Photo)

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