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AEA June Bug
                                     

ⓘ AEA June Bug

The June Bug was an early US aircraft designed and flown by Glenn H. Curtiss and built by the Aerial Experiment Association in 1908. The June Bug is famous for winning the first aeronautical prize, the Scientific American Cup, ever awarded in the United States.

                                     
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  • after the historic July 4, 1908, one - kilometer flight by Curtiss in the AEA June Bug the Wrights warned him not to infringe their patent by profiting from
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It was equipped with skids, like the Wright aeroplanes, but the AEA had At heights between 10 and 20 feet, Curtiss flew like a real June bug, in his own words. The june bug Amigo Mercado Latino – Charlottesville VA. AEA June Bug, John A.D. McCurdy. Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4732064. Canadian Aerodrome Baddeck No. 1 with Frederick W. Casey. Framed Cross Stitch – Junebug and Darlin. Glenn Curtiss had a hobby of collecting trophies, and he and the Aerial Experiment Association built the June Bug with hopes of winning the Scientific American.


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