Close-up view of Tupolev ANT-25 aircraft flown from Moscow to San Jacinto, CA, breaking the world record for long-distance flight. July 14, 1937.
- Close-up view of Tupolev ANT-25 aircraft flown from Moscow to San Jacinto, CA, breaking the world record for long-distance flight. July 14, 1937.
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- July 14, 1937
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Close-up of the exterior of the Tupolev ANT-25 flown by Mikhail Gromov, Andrei Yumashev, and Sergei Danilin from Moscow to a field outside San Jacinto, CA. The non-stop flight covered 6700 miles in 62 hours and 12 minutes, smashing the previous record for longest non-stop flight. July 14, 1937.
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World records--California--San Jacinto
- San Jacinto (Calif.)
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