Aeromarine 40F
1919
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Aeromarine 40F

The Aeromarine 40F was a two-seat flying-boat training aircraft produced for the US Navy and built by the Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company of Keyport, New Jersey. Fifty out of an original order for 200 were delivered before the end of World War I, with the remainder cancelled due to the armistice.

The aircraft was a biplane with a pusher propeller. The pilot and instructor sat side-by-side.

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Specification 
 ENGINE1 x 100hp Curtiss OXX V-8
 WEIGHTS
    Take-off weight1175 kg2590 lb
    Empty weight935 kg2061 lb
 DIMENSIONS
    Wingspan14.8 m49 ft 7 in
    Length8.8 m29 ft 10 in
 PERFORMANCE
    Max. speed114 km/h71 mph
    Ceiling580 m1900 ft

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beifan, 18.06.2011

The aircraft was a biplane with a pusher propeller. The pilot and instructor sat side-by-side.

, 18.06.2011

Aeromarine 40F
1919

Chuck McDonough, 07.01.2010

I grew up in Hazlet, and it's unbelievable how close the airmarine came to being as big as boeing. The web site you referenced tells all the firsts they had right in little Keyport. If they had hung around a few more years til the government started subsidizing the air mail I'm sure they be a major player.

Harry Joseph, 16.05.2008

I grew up (1944-57) in Union Beach, New Jersey on the Raritan Bay. Adjacent to Union Beach is the town of Keyport. There was a cluster of factory buildings in Keyport that called Airomarine. In my time it was a variety of manufacturing operations. There was a railroad spur to it. This aircraft may have been built there. Here are some links I Googled:
http://www.aerofiles.com/_aeromar.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeromarine_40
Harry

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