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Willoughby War-Hawk
The Capt Hugh L. Willoughby War-Hawk built circa 1910 was described in Aero 10/14/11: "[Willoughby}, who built the famous War-Hawk, perhaps the largest biplane ever constructed..."
Hugh L. Willoughby (1856-1939) made his first flights in this machine at Atlantic City in the autumn of 1910. The pusher biplane with dart-shaped tail surfaces featured design cues from both Wright and Farman. It was powered by a 30 hp engine built by the Pennsylvania Automobile Co.

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