The early liaison airplanes are being saved. Flying magazine, October 1987, by Gordon Baxter.

Down in sunny San Antonio, Texas, the Alamo Liaison Group is the hearty band of enthusiasts that collect, restore and fly these light airplanes that did so much in every theater of the war. The Piper, Taylorcraft, Aeronca and Interstate would be 100-yard look-alikes to the untrained eye. All were powered by a 65-hp Continental, Lycoming or Franklin engine. All had a wingspan of around 35 feet, weighed about the same, flew about the same, landed at 30 to 40 knots. All were civilian adaptations of existing aircraft…

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