Welcome to Alamo Liaison Squadron

At ALS, we continue to do our part to ensure the U.S. of A. remains the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. Our museum, comprising the only flying collection of WWII L-birds—liaison aircraft—along with artifacts of the era, serves the community and our nation in a multitude of ways.

Stinson L-5 Sentinel

Stinson L-5 Sentinel

The Stinson L-5 was the only purpose-built L-bird and the second most widely used liaison aircraft in WWII. It was rugged and powerful. The L-5 was called the Flying Jeep as it could perform many of the same duties.

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Aeronca L-3 Defender

Aeronca L-3 Defender

The Aeronca L-3 joined similar Grasshopper-types in spotting, directing artillery fire, transport, short-range reconnaissance, and training. Some served in North Africa for the Free French Forces.

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Taylorcraft L-2 Grasshopper

Taylorcraft L-2 Grasshopper

The Taylorcraft L-2 was an observation and reconnaissance aircraft built for U.S. Army Ground and Air Forces in WWII. L-2s were powered by a 65-horsepower engines and served stateside for training operations.

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L-Birds to the 2024 Great Texas Air Show JBSA-Randolph

The two-day San Antonio area event saw a host of military and civilian spectators. Alamo Liaison Squadron was asked to bring aircraft for static display. Spectators witnessed performances by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds—F-16 Fighting Falcons—as well as demonstrations by C-17 Globemaster and C-5M Super Galaxy large transports, a B1-B Lancer strategic bomber, minijets, the

In Memoriam – 16 September 2023

Liaison Squadron Flyover and Ceremony at Cannon Field Alamo Liaison Squadron performed a ceremonial missing man flyover at Cannon Field on Saturday to honor a U.S. Air Force veteran and longtime volunteer at Cannon Field. Richard Roberts departed our company in June of this year and in fulfillment of his and a his family’s wishes

Box Seat Over Hell – Book

Box Seat Over Hell: The true story of America’s Liaison Pilots and their light planes in World War Two is the story of courageous men and their romance with the sky… of men who flew in combat, armed only with a pistol, and engaged the enemy in aircraft made of tubing, wires and fabric. Box

Cannon Field – 53T

The mission of Alamo Liaison Group at conception was twofold: 1) to locate, purchase, restore and maintain in original flying condition, a complete set of military liaison aircraft flown during World War II and 2) to provide a facility for the permanent protection, display and operation of these aircraft. Today, Alamo Liaison Squadron (ALS), a

ALS Performs 2 Flyovers in 1 Day

Gene Jenson, squadron leader, sent out the following message, “We have two requested opportunities to do fly-byes on Veterans Day. I hope that we can fully respond (weather permitting) to both of these. Navarro High School (Seguin, TX) at 9:30 am that will entail a takeoff time of NLT 8:45 am and return to Cannon