Dee Howard's better mousetraps

Searles, Robert A.
June 1994
Business & Commercial Aviation;Jun94, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p96
Trade Publication
Focuses on Durrell Unger Howard's skills in enhancing the performance of business aircraft. Development of Super Ventura airplane through Howard Aero Inc.; Conversion of old piston-powered Lockheed airplanes; Development of improved exhaust for the Howard 500 and Super Ventura airplanes; Improvement of performance of the original Series 20 turbojet; Refurbishment of jet airplanes.


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