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Leonard Bridgman

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Leonard Bridgman (1895–1980) was a British artist and the former editor of Jane's All the World's Aircraft. First assignment Bridgman's first assignment in aviation was in 1913 at the age of 18 years. One of his drawings was used to illustrate the Hendon Air Race program. As payment, he received a flight in a 70-horsepower Maurice Farman biplane. Career in the army During the First World War, Bridgman served as an officer in the Honourable Artillery Company. Journalism career He is best remembered within the aviation industry as the journalist who joined C G Grey in 1923 on the staff of Jane's All the World's Aircraft after working on the staff at The Aeroplane. Career as an editor Bridgman also edited a book by the name of Esso Air World from 1939 to 1963. Awards In 1956, in recognition of his contribution to technology, principally his work on Jane's All the World's Aircraft, Bridgman was awarded a Paul Tissandier Diploma by the Feder
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