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Barry, 07.03.2016 13:58

Later known as the Curtiss 19 the Eagle was developed in the expectation of a post WW I boom in commercial and private aircraft, but with the vast amount of ex military craft available this was not to be. There were three versions: the Mark I with three 150 h.p. Curtiss K9 engines, the Mark II with two 400 h.p Curtiss C12 engines and the Mark III with a single 400 h.p. Liberty L12 pictured). Only some 24 were built the one pictured was one of three purchased by the USAAC.

Crew 2 Passengers 6
Span 61'4" Length 36'9" Height 12'4" Empty weight 5,130 lb Gross Weight 7,450 lb.
Max Speed 107 mph Range 475 miles


Phil Curtiss, e-mail, 27.01.2009 04:08

This particular aircraft is pictured Bowers book, Curtiss Aircraft 1907-1947 on page 180. The book features a slightly different view in front on this same hanger.


Rob Cluwen, e-mail, 16.01.2009 15:27

Could this be an Curtiss III with a 400 hp Liberty 12 motor.?


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