Fifteen Curtiss N-9s at Pensacola

Fifteen Curtiss N-9s at Pensacola
Here we see fifteen Curtiss N-9 floatplain trainers on the beach at the US Navy's base at Pensacola. These aircraft are a mix of the two main varients. Those numbered in the 400s are from a Burgess built batch of Curtiss OXX powered N-9Cs, A409 to A438. Those aircraft in the 2280 range are from a batch of five Hispano-Suiza powered N-9Hs built by Curtiss themselves (A2286 to A2290), with the rest being built by Curtiss's fully owned Burgess subsiduary.
How to cite this article: Rickard, J (30 May 2020), Fifteen Curtiss N-9s at Pensacola , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_curtiss_N-9s_pensacola_beach.html

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