Boston Airport – July 3, 1929
On July 3, 1929, an O-1B army observation aircraft, (Ser. No. 27-285) was landing at Boston Airport when a gusty cross-wind caught the left side of the aircraft and flipped it so that the plane crashed on its right wing and nose. Neither the pilot, 2nd Lt. T. R. Starratt, or his passenger, 1st Lt. S. G. Frierson, were injured.
Source: Air Corps Aircraft Accident Report, dated July 3, 1929