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Naval Aircraft Factory Insignia (South Wing)

Established in 1918, the Naval Aircraft Factory served to boost and ensure the supply of naval aircraft during World War I. This original insignia once hung over a building at the Naval Aircraft Factory in Philadelphia, the facility’s nearly four decades of aircraft production including work on the NC-4 flying boat, the first plane to fly the Atlantic; the TS-1, the first airplane designed specifically to operate from a carrier; and the famed N3N “Yellow Peril” training plane.

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