Cox-Klemin Aircraft Corporation
|Key people||Charles Cox and Alexander Klemin|
The Cox-Klemin Aircraft Corporation was an aircraft manufacturer on Long Island from 1921 to 1925.
Among the planes it built for the United States Army Air Service were:
- Cox-Klemin TW-2 (Trainer, water-cooled)
- Cox-Klemin XA-1 (Ambulance)
- Cox-Klemin XS-1 and XS-2 portable reconnaissance biplane
The company filed for bankruptcy in 1925.
Grumman was to open its first plant in the Cox-Klemin facility in 1929.