Curtiss Navy NC-4


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Curtiss Navy NC-4  
by Henry Struck
from Flying Aces
January 1939 
32in span
Tags: Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Floatplane Multi Military
all formers complete :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 29/09/2017
Outerzone planID: oz9276 | Filesize: 314KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: dfritzke


About this Plan

Navy Curtiss NC-4 1919 - Rubber scale four-engined seaplane model.

In May 1919, the subject NC-4 became the first aircraft to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, starting in New York State and making the crossing as far as Lisbon, Portugal, in 19 days.

Curtiss/Navy NC-4 by Struck, again from Flying Aces Magazine. Scale FF 31.5" span, Dave

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