Burgess K / D-1 / AB-6

The Burgess K was flown in April 1913 with a 70 hp Renault pusher engine. The two-bay biplane wings had inverted V-struts with a single tube metal spar, and wooden hull.

The single example built, purchased by the Navy, was taken into service as the D-1 (later AB-6) and was destroyed in a crash in early 1914.