House Naval Affairs Committee, investigating rumored defects in the dirigible, USS Akron. Jan. 20, 1932. Adm. William Moffett (seated, left), was killed with 72 other men when the Akron crashed 14 months later. Seated, L-R: Adm. William Moffett, and Rep. Carl Vinson. Standing, L-R: Cmdr. R. D. Weyerbacher; Cmdr. G Fulton; Lieut. T. G. W. Settle; and Commander C. E. Rosendahl. (CSU 2015 11 1556)

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House Naval Affairs Committee, investigating rumored defects in the dirigible, USS Akron. Jan. 20, 1932. Adm. William Moffett (seated, left), was killed with 72 other men when the Akron crashed 14 months later. Seated, L-R: Adm. William Moffett, and Rep. Carl Vinson. Standing, L-R: Cmdr. R. D. Weyerbacher; Cmdr. G Fulton; Lieut. T. G. W. Settle; and Commander C. E. Rosendahl. (CSU 2015 11 1556)
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House Naval Affairs Committee, investigating rumored defects in the dirigible, USS Akron. Jan. 20, 1932. Adm. William Moffett (seated, left), was killed with 72 other men when the Akron crashed 14 months later. Seated, L-R: Adm. William Moffett, and Rep. Carl Vinson. Standing, L-R: Cmdr. R. D. Weyerbacher; Cmdr. G Fulton; Lieut. T. G. W. Settle; and Commander C. E. Rosendahl. (CSU_2015_11_1556)