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To meet wartime demands for pilot training, the SS Greater Buffalo was one of two Great Lakes cruise ships converted to aircraft carriers on the Inland Seas.
The demolition of the former Curtiss-Wright factory brings mixed emotions.
The end of the Second World War signaled the beginning of the Cold War, and with it the need to defend the industry and population of the Niagara Frontier from a potential onslaught by Soviet bombers. Such an attack never occurred, but we examine the various measures that were taken to shield our region from nuclear obliteration.
The Aircrew College Detachment Training Program provided a solution to the huge number of applicants for the U.S. Army Air Forces, while providing future officers with important academic training. Both the University at Buffalo and Canisius College hosted some of these future flyboys.
The onset of the First World War brought Glenn Curtiss’ quest to send an aircraft across the Atlantic to a temporary halt. But it also brought incredible changes to his small-town aeroplane and motor business.
From the turn-of-the-century Aero Club through Curtiss-Wright warplanes and Bell helicopters to news of a new museum in Niagara Falls.
The Buffalo Pitts Company's thresher made its mark in agricultural history right behind McCormick's reaper. Little known, though, was the company's pioneering aeronautical efforts that anticipated flight patterns to come.