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Of 301 made, almost none survived - a Breese Penguin, 33622, the Cradle of Aviation Museum. Without brakes or steerable wheels, these non-flying machines were intended to familiarize transitioning pilots with the ground handling characteristics of WWI high-speed fighters. (Frank Strnad photo from the Dustin W. Carter collection, AAHS-S100014)


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