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worked while the 'airship floated
nearer and nearer to the German
lines, 13,000 feefufthe air.
The dozen men in the cabin were
watching, one instant Moyer at his
task; the. next the country ahead.
One with glasses reported that a
German war plane was being pre
pared to Tlse and attack. Finally
Moyer finished the job and crept
stiffly backward, almost paralyzed by
the strain. The men in the cabin
seized his legs and 'drew him into the
An instant later the motors were
whirring, the airship described a
wide arc and, turning southward, fled
with gathering speed.
'Without a word Moyer crawled out that rod to the end".
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