Daily Flight Information:
The World Flight will be in Ivigtut, Greenland while the engines are changed in the Douglas World Cruisers.
Work Continues on Cruisers
by Lt. L. P. Arnold, "Chicago", Mechanic
All day was spent connecting things up & late in the afternoon the motors on both planes were run up & found to need carburetor changes. The weather was chilly with overcast sky but no rain & in the afternoon when the breeze vanished millions of flies & gnats appeared. They are most troublesome as they fly into your eyes, nose, mouth & ears & some of them bite viciously. It is really necessary to wear nets for protection which was a surprise to us in Greenland.
Practically the whole population of Ivigut came over in late afternoon -- they looked the planes over & then went to Milwaukee where they had supper & later they attended the movies aboard & the ships quartet entertained. The movies are shown on deck & the fact that it rained made no difference to them -- although we came below & turned in.