|Самолеты (сортировка по:)|
|Moisant - Kantner-Moisant monoplane - 1914 - США||<–||–>||Naval Aircraft Factory - N-1 - 1918 - США|
|Журнал - Flight за 1911 г.|
|The late Prof. John J. Montgomery on his glider, upon which he met his death at San Jose, California, on October 31st, as recently recorded in FLIGHT.
The only pure derivative that did fly, and looked remarkably like the original Walker, was John J. Montgomery’s glider, which the professional parachute-jumper D. Maloney launched from a hot-air balloon in California in 1905. Maloney made two hazardous landings, but on the third launch he crashed and was killed.
|Журнал - Flight за 1913 г.|
|Montgomery's tandem monoplane glider piloted by Maloney. The experiments were made in California about 1905, and were noteworthy on account of the automatic stability of the machine as demonstrated by the fact that several successful glides were accomplished after preliminary ascents in a balloon.|