Aerial Experiment Association
The Aerial Experiment Association was a group of engineers working collaboratively to design and make airplanes.
The group formed at the Nova Scotia laboratory of Alexander Graham Bell. Bell had developed a series of kites and wanted to equip them (or redesign them) with mechanical propulsion. To this end he consulted with Frederick Walker "Casey" Baldwin, John Alexander Douglas McCurdy about the structure, and with Glenn Curtiss about the engine. Lietenant Thomas Selfridge jointed them.
|Organization names||Aerial Experiment Association; Aërial Experiment Association|
- Zahm, 1911, Aerial Navigation, pp. 264–265.