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Inhaltsangabe: Fresh from successful flights before royalty in Europe, and soon after thrilling hundreds of thousands of people by flying around the Statue of Liberty, in the fall of 1909 Wilbur and Orville Wright decided the time was right to begin manufacturing their airplanes for sale. Backed by Wall Street tycoons, including August Belmont, Cornelius Vanderbilt III, and Andrew Freedman, the brothers formed the Wright Company. The Wright Company trained hundreds of early aviators at its flight schools, including Roy Brown, the Canadian pilot credited with shooting down Manfred von Richtofen???the ?Red Baron???during the First World War; and Hap Arnold, the commander of the U.S.?Army Air Forces during the Second World War. Pilots with the company?s exhibition department thrilled crowds at events from Winnipeg to Boston, Corpus Christi to Colorado Springs. Cal Rodgers flew a Wright Company airplane in pursuit of the $50,000 Hearst Aviation Prize in 1911.

But all was not well in Dayton, a city that hummed with industry, producing cash registers, railroad cars, and many other products. The brothers found it hard to transition from running their own bicycle business to being corporate executives responsible for other people?s money. Their dogged pursuit of enforcement of their 1906 patent???especially against Glenn Curtiss and his company???helped hold back the development of the U.S. aviation industry. When Orville Wright sold the company in 1915, more than three years after his brother?s death, he was a comfortable man???but his company had built only 120 airplanes at its Dayton factory and Wright Company products were not in the U.S. arsenal as war continued in Europe.

Edward Roach provides a fascinating window into the legendary Wright Company, its place in Dayton, its management struggles, and its effects on early U.S. aviation.

Über den Autor: Edward J. Roach is a historian at Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park in Ohio.

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