David Gregg

  David Gregg, early Burgess-Wright pilot, World War I aviator and Research Engineer died March 11, 1973. He was born in Cambridge, Mass., September 29, 1895
    He built and flew gliders at Brookline, Mass. during 1910-1911. In the spring of 1912 he learned to fly at Marblehead, Mass. with Phil Page as his instructor. He entered the United States Air Service in May 1917 and was transferred to the Royal Flying Corps as a Test and Ferry Pilot, and on London air defense. During his many years in engineering, Gregg developed many mechanisms for aircraft.
    He is survived by a son, David Gregg, Jr., who lives at Vero Beach, Florida.
From The Early Birds of Aviation CHIRP
January 1974, Number 80

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