Curtiss NC-1 3 October 1918- initial three engine configuration



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English: Curtiss NC seaplane. Plane number one of four, named NC-1, just after being manufactured, October 3, 1918. Note there are only 3 engines. A fourth pusher engine was added for the transatlantic test flight.
Source USN photo. Burgess, Richard R. (2001(2001)). U.S. Naval Aviation. Levin, Hugh Lauter Associates. p. 260.
According to page 4, last line: “All photography and illustrations are courtesy of the U.S. Navy unless otherwise credited.
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