A flight assessment has been made of a system for measuring the three components of atmospheric turbulence in the frequency range associated with airplane motions (0 to approximately 0.5 Hz). Results of the assessment indicate acceptable accuracy of the resulting time histories and power spectra. Small residual errors at the airplane short period and Dutch roll frequencies (0.5 and 0.25 Hz, respectively), as determined from in-flight maneuvers in smooth air, would not be detectable on the power spectra. However, errors at approximately 0.25 Hz can be present in the time history of the lateral turbulence component, particularly at the higher altitudes where airplane yawing motions are large. An assessment of the quantities comprising the vertical turbulence component leads to the conclusion that the vertical component is essentially accurate to zero frequency.