First Landing on a Ship
 

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First Landing on a Ship
(1/18/11) Eugene Ely flew a specially-adapted Curtiss aircraft onto the deck of the USS Pennsylvania, as the ship was anchored in San Francisco Bay. The Pennsylvania deck had been custom equipped with a small landing platform and a series of ropes, which were used to stop the aircraft.