Charles Terres Weymann

Charles Terres Weymann

Charles Terres Weyman had multiple life accomplishments. The bilingual inventor was born in Port-au-Prince and held dual nationalities in the United States and France. By the end of World War I, in which Weymann had flown as a test pilot for Nieport, he was awarded as a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. During the 1960's he tried his hand at clutch design for the automotive industry. The patent for an automatic clutch he obtained in 1963 looked promising, but failed to garner much success in the public. He would soon return his interest to aircraft design.

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