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Puerto Rico, Grumman

[Airmen and women with Grumman G-21 Goose, Puerto Rico]

Puerto Rico 1939, Junior Birdsmen

Puerto Rico 1939, Gov. Leahy

Puerto Rico 1939, Gov. Leahy

NC-4 (Seaplane)

British seaplane

SEAPLANE. DEMONSTRATION

ELLYSON, THEODORE C. LIEUT. U.S.N. TESTING SEAPLANE ON POTOMAC

ELLYSON, THEODORE C. LIEUT. U.S.N. TESTING SEAPLANE ON POTOMAC

ELLYSON, THEODORE G. LIEUT. U.S.N. TESTING SEAPLANE ON POTOMAC

ELLYSON, THEODORE C. LIEUT. U.S.N. TESTING SEAPLANE ON POTOMAC

ELLYSON, THEODORE C. LIEUT. U.S.N. TESTING SEAPLANE ON POTOMAC

British seaplane in flight off Calshot- England

Preparing to launch a British seaplane at Calshot, England

Men sitting in the flying boat "Benoist": Saint Petersburg, Florida

British Aviator releasing pigeons. At least two pigeons are carried on each seaplane so that messages may be sent in duplicate

First aviator class at the Naval Air Station: Pensacola, Florida

Burgess Seaplane for Navy

Burgess Seaplane for N.Y. Naval Militia

Thomas Seaplane for Navy

War As It Really Is - Reel 1

War As It Really Is - Reel 1
War As It Really Is - Reel 1

Airplanes - Manufacturing Plants - Aeroplane manufacture. Experimental section. Gnome Seaplane. Curtiss Aeroplane Co., Buffalo, New York

Airplanes - Types - Macchi Seaplane - Side View. Aviation Experiment Station, Hampton, VA

Airplanes - Ordnance - Gun mounts. Ordnance Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. 1049 N.A.F. C-1 boat, side bow view, showing H.A. bomb sight, directing bomb sigh and Lewis gun. Naval Aircraft Factory

Airplanes - Types - German seaplane guarding against British raid at Zeebrugge. One of the German seaplanes going out on patrol duty to guard against another British dash at Zeebrugge. From Philadelphia Press

American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order) - Arrival of seaplane (Captain Page, Pilot) at Quantico, May 6, 1919, carrying Marines Magazines to the boys stationed there

Rigged as a sailing-boat: a German submarine submerging, sails and all, to avoid a British seaplane's bomb

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Manufacturing seaplanes. In a large plant in the United States

Airplanes - Parts - Manufacturing seaplanes. Working on the fuselage of a seaplane. Com. On Public Information

Airplanes - Historical - Swedish aviator and seaplane for Atlantic flight. Seaplane in which Capt. Hugo Sundstedt will make flight. Three quarters side view

Airplanes - Transportation - Packing and shipping seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila. PA. Shipment of C-1 boats on flat cars

Airplanes - Radio Equipment - Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. Radio transmitter in F-5-L Front view

Airplanes - Ordnance - Gun mounts. Ordnance Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. F-5-l No. 1, nose view, showing scarf mount gun and pilot's directing bomb sight. Naval Aircraft Factory

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Airplanes and parts manufactured for government use. N-1 seaplane, side view of body, port side, at Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA. U.S. Navy Department

Airplanes - Ordnance - Airplanes and parts manufactured for government use. N-1 seaplane, Davis gun in position. At Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA

American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order) - Distribution of "The Marines Magainze" at Quantico, VA., taken there by seaplane. Capt. Page, Pilot, May 6, 1919

American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order) - An appreciation -- Marines at Quantico, VA. enjoying "the Marines Magazine" brought to them by seaplane and distributed by Miss Hitchler and Mrs. Hutchinson, May 6, 1919

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Manufacturing seaplanes in a large plant in the U.S

Airplanes - Historical - Trans-Atlantic plane being built at Bayonne, N.J. A hugh seaplane being built by the Witteman-Lewis Aircraft Co. to be piloted by Capt. Hugo Sunstedt the Sweedish Aviator (directly underneath the plane), for a transatlantic flight for the $50,000 Lord Northcliff price. Plane when rigged will have a wingspan of 100 feet and boat length of 72 feet. The boat is to be enclosed to protect against the cold and will carry three passengers besides the pilot. Its speed is 80 miles per hour and is of the pusher type, the propellers being in the rear of the plane. She will carry 700 gallons of gasoline

Airplanes - Historical - Seaplane and Swedish Aviator to make transatlantic flight. Seaplane in which Capt. Hugo Lundstedt is to make flight. At Bayonne, N.J., side view

Airplanes - Historical - Swedish Aviator and Seaplane for Tans-Atlantic Flight. Capt. Hugo Lundstedt making final preparations for the cross Atlantic flight in a seaplane capable of developing 80 miles an hour with a load of four passengers and twos of gasoline

American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order) - Theresa Hitchler, Headquarters Staff, A.L.A., distributing magazines brought by seaplane from Washington, D.C., to Quantico, VA., May 6, 1919

Airplanes - Radio Equipment - Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. F-5-L radio installation boat 3567 looking forward. After pilot's cockpit

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Ordnance equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA. 1000 lb. torpedo dummy dropped in test

Airplanes - Miscellaneous - Ordnance equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA. Lewis bullet striking water. Getting range of target

Airplanes - Ordnance - Gun mounts. Ordnance Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. Triple gun mount on F-5-L top. Front view. Naval Aircraft Factory

American Library Association - Library Personnel - Miss Theresa Hitchler receiving "The Marines" from Captain Page, pilot of the seaplane which brought the magazines from Washington to Quantico, VA., for distribution to a thousand marines, May 6, 1919

American Library Association - Library Personnel - Miss Muriel Wright of the American Library Association in charge of the Washington Campaign for magazines, sending copies of the magazine "Marine" by seaplane to the Marines at Quantico, VA., May 6, 1919. Capt. Page, Pilot

Airplanes - Radiators - Manufacture of Radiators for Aeroplanes at the Marlin-Rockwell Corporation Plant, New York City. Navy radiator for N9 seaplane

Airplanes - Historical - Fuselage of Hugh Seaplane being built by the Witteman-Lewis Aircraft Co., New Jersey, and is to be piloted by Captain Hugo Sunstedt the Swedish Aviator, for a transatlantic flight for the 50,000 dollar Lorth Northcliffe prize. Plane when rigged will have a wingspan of 100 feet and boat length of 72 feet, and capacity of 700 gals. of gasoline. The boat is to be enclosed to protect against the cold and will carry three passengers besides the pilot. The speed is 80 miles per hour and the plane is of the pusher type, the propellers being in the rear

Airplanes - Historical - Swedish Aviator and Seaplane for Transatlantic flight. Capt. Hugo Sundstedt, in full readiness to make overseas flight in heavier-than-air machine which will carry with it not only the first honor, but $110,000 in prizes

Airplanes - Radio Equipment - Equipment for seaplanes built at Naval Aircraft Factory, Phila., PA. F-5-L radio installation showing rear view of transmitter

Airplanes - Types - Model F-1 300 H.P. Seaplane built by Longhead Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Santa Barbara, Cal

Navy Seaplane PN - 9

Navy Seaplane PN - 9

Pilots at Pensacola Naval Air Station: Pensacola, Florida

Navy Wrights[?], NW 2 seaplane

[Seaplane with Lincoln Memorial in background], 4/6/1923

Goodbye and Good Luck. After christening the seaplane in which Lieut. Benjamin Mendes, of Colombia, will attempt a nonstop flight from Far Rockaway, N.Y., to Colombia, Miss Maria Olaya, daughter of the minister from Colombia to the United States, bid the flyer bon voyage. The plane was christened Ricaurte in honor of one of Colombia's famous generals

Navy flyer takes 12-year seaplane on its first flight. After lying in storage at the Washington Navy Yard more than 12 years, an obsolete 1915 model Curtiss seaplane on its maiden flight today on the [...] by Commander H.C. Richardson, crack U.S. Navy [...] who is shown at the controls in this photograph. Commander Richardson is planning to put through various tests to compare its behavior to that craft of modern construction for the benefit of Naval officials. The United States Army War College shown in background

"The good old days of aviation." Commander H.C. Richardson, crack U.S. Navy flyer, at the controls of a 1915 model Curtiss seaplane which he took on its maiden flight today on the Potomac at Washington. The old plane was discovered in storage at the Washington Navy Yard where it has been for over 12 years. Commander Richardson is testing the old boat to compare its behavior to that of craft of modern construction

Maia and Mercury

Captains A.S. Wilcockson and D.C.T. Bennett

National Air Races, from 1928 through 1939

National Air Races, from 1928 through 1939

Downtown Skyport, Pier 11, East River, Manhattan.

Qantas flying boat 'Coolangatta', Rose Bay, Sydney, 20 June 1936 / Sam Hood

Qantas flying boat 'Coolangatta', Rose Bay, Sydney, 20 June 1936 / Sam Hood

National Youth Association Builders of Sea Plane with Mayor Spellacy of Hartford

A giant seaplane under construction at the Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, Stratford, Connecticut

Working on a giant seaplane at the Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, Stratford, Connecticut

Kirkenes

ANTARTICA, 1939 - 1941

ANTARTICA, 1939 - 1941
ANTARTICA, 1939 - 1941

[Consolidated PBY-3 Catalina and Control Tower at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Bethlehem Steel Corporation]

Pearl Harbor bombing. Wrecked seaplane. One of the 80 U.S. Navy planes wrecked by Japanese bombs and bullets during the air attacks on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. The plane was an OS2U, an Observation Scout built by Vought-Sikorsky

[Consolidated PBY-3 Catalina at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Bethlehem Steel Corporation]

Pearl Harbor bombing. USS Curtiss.Wreckage of Japanese plane, which crashed into one of the cranes, may still be seen on the deck of the U.S. seaplane tender, Curtiss. In addition, the Curtiss was damaged by a bomb explosion on the main deck in the forward part of a hangar. All damage has since been repaired

An Italian seaplane on the Sicilian beach guarded by a British soldier

An Italian seaplane on a Sicilian beach guarded by a British soldier

Aeroplane in Jönköping at Lake Vättern in Sweden 1950

Seaplane anchorages and landing fields in Formosa.

Photograph of Two Beavers and Cessno Taxiing into Ely Seaplane Base

An aerial view of the Naval Air Rework Facility and the old seaplane and dock area

A view of a seaplane sitting idle in the water, a common means of transportation in this territory

Artwork: "A German Seaplane Attacked by a Spitfire" Artist: Schmidt-Effenberger

Aerial view of "Hercules" seaplane built by Howard Hughes during the closing months of World War II. Designed to carry large loads safe from German U-boats, advances in anti-submarine warfare made the plane obsolete before it was completed. It was flown by Hughes once, for about a mile, in 1947. It is expected to go on public display late this year

Artwork: "Seaplane Escort for a German Ship Convoy" Artist: Schmidt-Effenberger

A replica of the Curtiss pusher seaplane designated A-1 is suspended from the ceiling of the US Naval Aviation Museum. The A-1 was the first aircraft purchased by the Navy. Below is the Skylab command module that was manned by an all-Navy crew during a 1973 spaceflight. All Hands - April 1985

A replica of the Curtiss pusher seaplane designated A-1 is suspended from the ceiling of the US Naval Aviation Museum. The A-1 was the first aircraft purchased by the Navy crew during a 1973 spaceflight. All Hands - April 1985

Visitors view some of the displays at the US Naval Aviation Museum. The NC-4 flying boat is at lower left, a Mercury spacecraft is at center and an A-1 Triad seaplane is at upper left

A view of some of the aircraft on display at the US Naval Aviation Museum. On the floor, clockwise from lower right, are an FF-1 fighter aircraft, an NT-1 trainer aircraft, an F-6C-1 Hawk aircraft, an S-4C advanced trainer aircraft and an RR-5 transport aircraft. Hanging from the ceiling at upper left is a Curtiss N-9 seaplane

A port quarter view of the Philippine tank landing ship RPS SAMAR DEL NORTE (LT-510), the former USS NASEMOND COUNTY (LST-1064), forward of the NORTE is the Philippine auxiliary fleet flagship RPS ANDRES BONIFACIO (PS-7), the former seaplane tender USS CHINCOTEAGUE (AVP-24). Opposite the BONIFACIO is the mast of a U.S. Navy Perry class guided missile frigate. Beyond that is the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS LONG BEACH (CGN-9). The naval base is still recovering from the damage done by the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in March

Acadia All American Road - Trenton Boat and Seaplane Ramp

An aerial view, looking north of the old PBY/PBM seaplane hangars at the Norfolk Naval Air Station. The hangars are now used by USN/USMC helicopter Squadrons

An aerial view of the old seaplane hangars at the Norfolk Naval Air Station. These now house the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance and Rework Facilities

An aerial view, looking south-southeast, of the old PBY/PBM seaplane hangars at the Norfolk Naval Air Station. The hangars are now used by USN/USMC helicopter Squadrons

US Navy (USN) Engineman First Class (EN1) Ronnie Choate, adjusts a model of the OS2U Kingfisher seaplane aboard a large-scale model of the Nevada-class Battleship Nevada (BB 36), at the annual Wings, Wheels, Rotors and Expo at the Los Alamitos, California, Joint Forces Training (JFT) Base

The Memorial Plaque placed in honor of the nine US Navy (USN) World War II (WWII) crew members, assigned to Patrol Squadron 11 (VP-11), who were killed in a crash at Barbers Point, Hawaii (HI) while trying to land their PBY-5A Seaplane, while returning to base in foul weather, and darkness, at Makapuu Point, HI

Tourists and students from the Holy Nativity School of Aina Haina attend the Dedication Ceremony for the Memorial Plaque placed in honor of the nine US Navy (USN) World War II (WWII) crew members, assigned to Patrol Squadron 11 (VP-11), who were killed in a crash at Barbers Point, Hawaii (HI) while trying to land their PBY-5A Seaplane, while returning to base in foul weather, and darkness, at Makapuu Point, HI