outside loop


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a loop consisting of a dive followed by inverted flight followed by a climb that returns to horizontal flight

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In the air above the city, Martone, as a boy, imagined, "The Bird Boy of Fort Wayne" accomplishing, for the first time, the nearly impossible outside loop and then a barrel-roll back into a loop-to-loop in his fragile cotton canvas and baling wire flying machine he built in his own backyard in Fort Wayne, Indiana, whose sky above was the first sky, anywhere, to be written on, written on by Art Smith, "The Bird Boy of Fort Wayne," the letters hanging there long enough to be read but then smeared, erased by the high altitude wind, turning into a dissipating front of fogged memories, cloudy recollection.
An air racing legend, he was also a pioneering innovator and an aeronautical acrobat, developing techniques for flying blind and proving that it was possible to fly an outside loop.
Regions Gauges Number of Over-all Summer Winter included gauges Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD North N, NE, NW 6 976 25 471 26 505 7 South S, SE, SW 6 1084 58 521 51 563 16 East E, NE, SE 6 1050 52 512 28 538 23 West W, SW, NW 6 949 63 444 39 505 29 Northeast N, NE, E 6 1012 40 490 25 522 18 Southeast S, SE, E 6 1088 48 524 27 564 21 Southwest S, SW, W 6 1001 124 486 75 515 45 Northwest N, NW, W 6 936 43 446 31 490 14 Loop On Loop 8 1010 77 493 61 517 24 Suburban Outside Loop 8 1018 83 483 49 535 37 Center 1, 2, and 3 3 1014 14 490 12 524 7
It's a cool system, but unless you need something that will stay put through an outside loop, we don't see how it's worth that investment.
Stunt woman: Portland resident Dorothy Hester took up flying as a teenager and made the record books at 19 when in 1930 she was the first woman to fly a plane in an outside loop, essentially a forward somersault.