Cessna LC-126C (U-20A)

  Base model:C-126
  Designation System:U.S. Air Force
  Designation Period:1925-1962
  Basic role:Transport
  Modified Mission:Liaison
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Recent comments by our visitors
 Terry Spence
 Bonnyville, AB
I own a LC 126C model aircraft serial no. is 7842 I believe the military serial no. was 51-6999 Just one serial no from the one you have in storage. Please send me any info you may have on my aircraft. I would like to hear from anyone that had a role in my aircraft from pilots to mechanics and so forth. Maybe they could send me a picture of my aircraft when it was in the armed forces. Thanks

Terry Spence
P.O. Box 7599
Bonnyville, Alberta, Canada
T9N 2H9
08/14/2005 @ 20:41 [ref: 10996]
 Robert P. Pettengill
 Laguna Woods, CA

I was stationed at Ft. Rucker in the mid to late 50's with a unit known as TATSA (Tranportation Aircraft Test and Support Activity). We had access to a LC 126. It was a great aircraft to fly. One of the things different about it was its castor gear where one could land in a crosswind without having to staighten the aircraft out for touch down. The gear would castor for you. The airplane was a military version of the Cessna 195, a popular executive aircraft of the 30's and 40's. I visited your museum for the first time this spring and was most impressed with what you have done but was disappointed that I didn't get to see the LC 126.

I look forward to hearing from you and hope that I will receive your newsletter


Robert P. Pettengill
06/25/2005 @ 13:39 [ref: 10581]