Chance M. Vought
|Chauncey Milton Vought|
February 26, 1890|
Long Island, New York
|Died||July 25, 1930(aged 40)|
George Washington Vought
Chauncey Milton "Chance" Vought (February 26, 1890 in Long Island, New York – July 25, 1930) was an American aviation pioneer and engineer, who was the co-founder of the Lewis and Vought Corporation with Birdseye Lewis.
Born on Long Island, New York, he attended the Pratt Institute, New York University (where he joined Kappa Sigma), and the University of Pennsylvania. He died from septicemia. He was inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame in 1989.
- "C.M. Vought Dies.". New York Times. July 26, 1930. Retrieved 2008-05-09.
Chance M. Vought, pioneer aviation engineer, pilot and designer, a contemporary of the Wright brothers and one of the leading manufacturers of military planes in the world, died …
- "Chance Milton Vought". Vought Aircraft. Retrieved 2008-05-10.
- "Chance Vought; Engineer". National Aviation Hall of Fame. Retrieved 5 April 2011.
- Works by or about Chance M. Vought at Internet Archive
- Chance Vought at the National Aviation Hall of Fame
- Chance Vought in August 1912 at the controls of a Wright Model B
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