Ecker Flying Boat

Cloth, wood, and metal Ecker Flying Boat hanging in museum
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Herman A. Ecker learned to fly probably in 1911, making the first flight in his hometown of Syracuse, New York, that same year. After honing his skills as a pilot and an airplane builder with several other aircraft, he built the flying boat in the NASM collection probably in 1912 or early 1913. Ecker patterned his airplane closely after the highly successful Curtiss Model E and F flying boats

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07/25/2017

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Eric Long

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A19620099000-NASM2018-10672

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Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum

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