By E. R. Johnson

This paintings is a finished, seriously illustrated historical past of the various flying boats and amphibious plane designed and inbuilt the U.S.. it's divided into 3 chronological sections: the early period (1912–1928), the golden period (1928–1945), and the post-war period (1945–present), with ancient overviews of every interval. inside of each one part, person airplane kinds are indexed in alphabetical order by way of producer or builder, with ancient history, technical requirements, drawings, and a number of pictures. Appendices hide lesser identified flying boat and amphibian forms in addition to numerous layout techniques that by no means accomplished the flying stage.

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