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'''Lanzius''' appears to have built and flown a variable speed biplane for the U.S. Army Signal Corps, 1917; this craft developed into a single seat fighter, 1919.
 
'''Lanzius''' appears to have built and flown a variable speed biplane for the U.S. Army Signal Corps, 1917; this craft developed into a single seat fighter, 1919.
  
Sources: G176; 2dG275; SD174
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=== Sources ===
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* [[Gunston, 1993]], p176
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* [[Gunston, 2005]], p275
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* SD174
  
{{Organization
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{{Company
|Organization names=Lanzius Aircraft Co
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|Names=Lanzius Aircraft; Lanzius Aircraft Co.; Lanzius Aircraft Corp.
|Entity type=1
 
 
|Country=US
 
|Country=US
|City=Booklyn, NY
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|City=Brooklyn, NY
 
|Started aero=1916
 
|Started aero=1916
 
|Ended aero=1919
 
|Ended aero=1919
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|Key people=George Lanzius
 
}}
 
}}

Latest revision as of 19:14, 20 April 2019

Lanzius appears to have built and flown a variable speed biplane for the U.S. Army Signal Corps, 1917; this craft developed into a single seat fighter, 1919.

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Names Lanzius Aircraft, Lanzius Aircraft Co., Lanzius Aircraft Corp.
Country US
City Brooklyn, NY
Affiliations
Keywords
Started aero 1916
Ended aero 1919
Key people George Lanzius
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