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 not-for-profit organization, proudly owns and manages Cannon Field 53T, named for the group’s founder, Hardy Cannon, who passed away in 1991.

View of Runway 34, Cannon Field.
Overhead view of Cannon Field, from the 2009 Alamo Liaison Squadron Annual Picnic.
View of Cannon Field looking north.
View of Cannon Field, Runway 16, looking south.
View of Cannon Field, showing museum, hangars, and parallel taxiway (16R) under construction. (Note: A fence divides the taxiway from a neighboring roadway.)

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Your tax deductible donation will help to support the preservation efforts at Cannon Field.

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