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THE CURTISS JN 4JENNY” The CurtissJenny” became available as Army surplus after World War I and was popular with barnstormers. Courtesy of the EAA/Jim Koepnick. Within three months, 175,000 workers in the aircraft industry lost their jobs. Aircraft production dropped by 85 percent. The Army dumped its surplus

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Jenny The Curtiss JN-4 "Jenny" two-seat biplane was one of the most popular planes of all time. Although the JN-4 series of aircraft was technologically unremarkable, it was significant in that it was the first mass produced plane and was manufactured in larger numbers

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The 1923 Curtiss Jenny JN-4 was mass-produced as a training aircraft for U.S. Army pilots but no American designed fighter aircraft saw action except for the Curtiss flying boats H-12 and H-16 that operated anti-submarine and anti-Zeppelin patrols over the North Sea from April 1917 to October 1918.

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World War I Veterans from Lehi Ferris L. Anderson Chad L. Curtis ... Curtiss Jenny (JN­4) biplanes. The airfield was just a big pasture with hangars ... now a museum with a restored Curtiss Jenny and a WWI ambulance on display. Forty­five days after arriving at Kelly Field, Charlie was sent briefly to Austin, ...

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Air Force Flight Screening: Evolutionary Changes, 1917-2003

Curtiss JN-4 Jenny before receiving their wings and commissions as second lieutenants (Reserve Military Aviator). Training consisted of 40- 50 flying hours divided between 4-10 hours of dual training, 24 hours solo, and a 16-hour cross country flight. Advanced …

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Wikipedia. The JN-4H was one of the larger production runs in the Curtiss Jenny series of JN biplanes. The JN started being produced in 1915 and brought together the best features of the model J and N trainers that had been build for the Army and Navy. The early JN-4

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of 7,000 Curtiss JN-4D “Jennys” and Standard J-1s were produced as training planes during WWI, with roughly 95 percent of American and Canadian pilots learning to fly on a Jenny. ii After the war, the U.S. military sold surplus biplanes to the public for a fraction of the price in 1918.

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The JN-4 (Can) recorded more Canadian firsts than any other aircraft. For example, first mass-produced aircraft, first exported in large quantities, first use of ski undercarriage, first airmail, first aerial survey, and first flight across the Canadian Rockies. Both the well-known Curtiss JN-4D Jenny and the JN-4 Canuck were developed from the ...

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Aim High Page 6 Curtiss Jenny Aircraft Build Vintage Wings and Wheels Museum and its Board of Directors is thrilled to announce the educational opportunity of a lifetime – the building, from scratch, of a Curtiss JN-4 Jenny aircraft. The board has entered into a partnership with EAA

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CHAPTER

THE CURTISS JN 4JENNY” The CurtissJenny” became available as Army surplus after World War I and was popular with barnstormers. Courtesy of the EAA/Jim Koepnick. Within three months, 175,000 workers in the aircraft industry lost their jobs. Aircraft production dropped by 85 percent. The Army dumped its surplus

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the JN Jenny. The First Curtiss Military Tractor Planes In the year 1912, aeronautical progress in the U.S. Army was a painfully slow process. The reason was simply a com- plete lack of enthusiasm by the Congress, as well as by most ranking Army officers,

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The Other Hisso Jenny - EAA Vintage

come across them. Jenny wheels were high on his list of “save” items, and he picked the best pair he had to use on his JN-4. They are unique in that they are not the usual cross-spoked wheels—they are radial-spoked wheels, which Frank said are a bit stronger and more robust. In his quest to create a Navy Jenny,

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NEWSLETTER – FOURTH QUARTER 2008

training aircraft available at the time was the Curtiss JN-4Jenny” biplane. His military flying career was uneventful, however he did acquire a rather unique skill. He taught himself to slowly roll his plane on its back and fly upside-down for a short time, at least until the …

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