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24 items in this album on 2 pages.

XN3N-1 aircraft, United States, date unknownXN3N-2 aircraft (Bureau Number 0265) in flight, United States, 1936
XN3N-1 aircraft, United States, date unknownXN3N-2 aircraft (Bureau Number 0265) in flight, United States, 1936
N3N-1 aircraft (Bureau Number 0680) at Naval Air Station Anascostia, Washington DC, United States, circa 1937N3N trainer aircraft being constructed at the Naval Aircraft Factory at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania, United States, 28 Jun 1937
N3N-1 aircraft (Bureau Number 0680) at Naval Air Station Anascostia, Washington DC, United States, circa 1937N3N trainer aircraft being constructed at the Naval Aircraft Factory at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania, United States, 28 Jun 1937
N3N-1 aircraft at rest, date unknownN3N-1 aircraft in flight, 1930s; seen in Jul 1966 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News
N3N-1 aircraft at rest, date unknownN3N-1 aircraft in flight, 1930s; seen in Jul 1966 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News
N3N-1 aircraft, date unknownN3N-3 aircraft (Bureau Number 2885) in front of building 57, Naval Air Station Anacostia, Washington DC, United States, 1940; note JRF-4 Goose (Bureau Number 3852) in background
N3N-1 aircraft, date unknownN3N-3 aircraft (Bureau Number 2885) in front of building 57, Naval Air Station Anacostia, Washington DC, United States, 1940; note JRF-4 Goose (Bureau Number 3852) in background
Three N3N aircraft in flight over Naval Air Station Glenview, Illinois, United States, early 1940s; seen in Mar 1980 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsThe first aircraft, an N3N-3 Canary, to have landed at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 7 Sep 1940
Three N3N aircraft in flight over Naval Air Station Glenview, Illinois, United States, early 1940s; seen in Mar 1980 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsThe first aircraft, an N3N-3 Canary, to have landed at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 7 Sep 1940
N3N and N2S aircraft at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, 1941-1942N2S and N3N training aircraft at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, 1942-1943
N3N and N2S aircraft at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, 1941-1942N2S and N3N training aircraft at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, 1942-1943
N3N-1 Canary trainer (Bureau Number 0265) on a seaplane ramp, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, United States, 1942; note N3N-2 rudder and removed panels near engineN3N Canary aircraft towing three LNS-1 gliders, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942
N3N-1 Canary trainer (Bureau Number 0265) on a seaplane ramp, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, United States, 1942; note N3N-2 rudder and removed panels near engineN3N Canary aircraft towing three LNS-1 gliders, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942
N3N-3 aircraft in flight, towing three LNS-1 gliders, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942US Marine Corps gliders and N3N aircraft, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942
N3N-3 aircraft in flight, towing three LNS-1 gliders, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942US Marine Corps gliders and N3N aircraft, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942
US Marine Corps lieutenant posing next to his N3N glider-towing biplane, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942, photo 1 of 3US Marine Corps lieutenant posing next to his N3N glider-towing biplane, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942, photo 2 of 3
US Marine Corps lieutenant posing next to his N3N glider-towing biplane, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942, photo 1 of 3US Marine Corps lieutenant posing next to his N3N glider-towing biplane, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942, photo 2 of 3
US Marine Corps lieutenant posing next to his N3N glider-towing biplane, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942, photo 3 of 3US Marine Corps N3N-3 Canary aircraft (Bureau Number 1777) in flight over Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942
US Marine Corps lieutenant posing next to his N3N glider-towing biplane, Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942, photo 3 of 3US Marine Corps N3N-3 Canary aircraft (Bureau Number 1777) in flight over Parris Island, South Carolina, United States, May 1942

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