On September 28, 1924, the first aerial circumnavigation of the world was completed by a team from the US Army. This flight is often called the “1924 Round-the-World Flight” or the “World Flight.” The goal of this mission was to show the potential of military aviation and to support goodwill around the world. It took 175 days complete and covered 26,345 miles.
After flying for that many hours, stretching would be needed. Here are some random stretches those pilots could have done.