The Second Great War, Volume 1

PILOTLESS PLANE FOR GUNNERY PRACTICE Wireless-controlled aircraft provide the Navy with realistic targets for gunnery practice and above such a machine (of the type known as the “Queen Bee ”)is seen being catapulted from a British cruiser. Before launching the catapult is turned so that the aircraft is pointing into the resultant wind formed by the movement of the ship and the natural wind. In this photograph two of the cruisers anti-aircraft guns are plainly visible. Photo Keystone 400
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