2004-03-19 / Community

Locals Visit NC-4 On Florida Trip

Locals Visit NC-4 On Florida Trip


Arlene and Harold Cornell visited the Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola, Florida on a recent southern trip to visit relatives. Harold Cornell (pictured) is a vice president for the Chamber of Commerce of the Rockaways and trustee of the Rockaway Museum, while his wife, Arlene, is a noted local watercolorist. The NC-4 took off from Rockaway on May 9, 1919 to become the first aircraft to fly across the Atlantic Ocean.Arlene and Harold Cornell visited the Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola, Florida on a recent southern trip to visit relatives. Harold Cornell (pictured) is a vice president for the Chamber of Commerce of the Rockaways and trustee of the Rockaway Museum, while his wife, Arlene, is a noted local watercolorist. The NC-4 took off from Rockaway on May 9, 1919 to become the first aircraft to fly across the Atlantic Ocean.
The NC-4 sits among other historic aircraft in the Pensacola, Florida hanger.The NC-4 sits among other historic aircraft in the Pensacola, Florida hanger.

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