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The Douglas World Cruiser was a two-place biplane with a 50-foot wing span, powered by a 420 horsepower Liberty engine. Based on the Cloudster and DT designs, five planes were built for the Aviation Service of the U.S. Army. In 1924, two were flown 28,945 miles around the world in six months and six days.