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Alamo Liaison Squadron Picture Gallery


Alamo Liaison Squadron Aeronca L-3 Alamo Liaison Squadron Interstate L-8A Cadet Alamo Liaison Squadron Legend Combat Cub L-4 Alamo Liaison Squadron Piper L-4 (J-3) Cub
Aeronca O-58B (L-3), c/n O-58B-1782, built in 1942, N52169, 236152, "Strafin" was formerly owned by late ALS member Henry B. Whitmore. No longer at Cannon Field. Interstate S-1A (L-6), c/n 25, built in 1942, NC37412, owned by ALS member Stanford E. Pennington. Legend Combat Cub, s/n AL-1034, built in 2006, N532AK is a L-4 replica painted in liaison regalia, formerly owned by ALS patrons Alton and Ellen Kenne. No longer at Cannon Field. Piper J3C-65, c/n 3150, built in 1939, NC23413, painted as a Royal Air Force “Flitfire” is owned by the Alamo Liaison Squadron.
Alamo Liaison Squadron Piper L-4 (J-3) Cub Alamo Liaison Squadron Stinson L-5 Alamo Liaison Squadron Stinson L-5 Alamo Liaison Squadron Taylorcraft L-2
Piper J3C-65 (L-4), c/n 4764, NC142BN, 00-4644, "Just The Bear Necessities" was built in 1940 and is owned by ALS member Harold G. Jensen. Stinson L-5 Sentinel, c/n 44-17334, built in 1944, N9HU, "Burma Babe” is the most recent acquisition by the Alamo Liaison Squadron, formerly owned by ALS member Fabian Fonseca. Stinson L-5 Sentinel, c/n 44-17397, built in 1944, N45TX, "Delfina" previously known as the CAF's "War Bug" is owned by ALS member Bill Lux. Taylorcraft DCO-65 (L-2), c/n 4915, built in 1943, N53771, owned by ALS member Baylor Randle.
Alamo Liaison Squadron Taylorcraft L-2 Alamo Liaison Squadron Taylorcraft L-2 Alamo Liaison Squadron Aeronca L-3
Taylorcraft DCO-65 (L-2), c/n L5485, built in 1943, N87787, 43-26173, "Whispering Hope" is owned by the Alamo Liaison Squadron. Taylorcraft DCO-65 (L-2), c/n L-5635, N58036, 326323, "Ruptured Duck" was built in 1943 and formerly owned by William M. Thompson. No longer at Cannon Field.

Aeronca 11AC Chief (L-3), c/n 1847, N72Y, was built in 1947 and is owned by ALS member Chris Hiatt.

 

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