Russian aviators meet the press after breaking the non-stop flight record, flying from Moscow to San Jacinto, CA. July 14, 1937.
- Russian aviators meet the press after breaking the non-stop flight record, flying from Moscow to San Jacinto, CA. July 14, 1937.
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- July 14, 1937
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- Soviet aviators -- Col. Mikhail Gromov, pilot, Maj. Andrei Yumashev, co-pilot, and Capt. Sergei Danilin, navigator -- are welcomed after breaking the nonstop flight record, flying from Moscow and landing in San Jacinto, California, via the North Pole. The trio flew over 6700 miles in 62 hours and 12 minutes. The original plan was for the airplane to land in San Diego, but fog made landing the Russians’ large monoplane on San Diego’s short runways dangerous, and so the crew landed instead in the semi-desert fields surrounding San Jacinto.Pictured from left to right are Russian Consul Grigori Gokhman, Andrei Yumashev, and Sergei Danilin.
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