Daily Flight Information:
The World Flight will be in Brough until July 28th while the planes are refitted with pontoons in preparation for the flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
The World Flight must also wait while the US Navy vessels get into position along the flight route across the Atlantic.
Preparations Continue for Atlantic Crossing
by Lt. L. P. Arnold, "Chicago", Mechanic
At ten Lowell [Lt. Smith, Commander] & I departed for Brough leaving Wade [Lt. "Boston" pilot] to secure some supplies. We arrived about two & a few minutes later were working on the planes again.
Living here at the field makes it most convenient for us for we lose no time going to & fro & not many get in to take up our time with questions & requests for autographs -- autograph hunting seems to be a "rage" here in England.
Shortly after nine I turned in & with a comfortable bed & cool weather I had the best & longest sleep since leaving Alaska.