Curtiss N-9H at Pensacola, 1922
Here we see a Curtiss N-9H on the beach at the Naval Air Base at Pensacola in 1922. Most N-9Hs can easily be identified by the tower radiator in front of the wings, which had to be used because the type was originally built with a large spinner that prevented the use of a nose radiator. On this example that spinner appears to have been removed.
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Rickard, J (30 May 2020), Curtiss N-9H at Pensacola, 1922 , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_curtiss_N-9H_pensacola_1922.html