|  Base model:||CG-13|
|  Designation System:||U.S. Air Force|
|  Designation Period:||1941-1947|
|  Basic role:||Transport Glider|
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Recent comments by our visitors
| James West|
| I am the webmaster for Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana, where in 1945-1946 hundreds of captured enemy aircraft were evaluated, including "special" Americah aircraft. Glider CG-15, 43-37082 was at this field. Any information available on this aircraft would be appreciated.
The site is at www.IndianaMilitary.org Select Freeman AAF
05/02/2004 @ 10:09 [ref: 7345]
| Try going to the Smithsonian as they have all the WACO blueprints on file and can make copies for a cost. |
11/14/2002 @ 14:31 [ref: 6078]
| Ray Burgess|
| I am a volunteer at the Castle Air Mseum. In talking with the people the other day I am looking for more information on the CG-15AX.
We have the metal frame of the glider because the rest burned up five years and it was given to the musuem.
I have a wild idea of rebuilding the glider. Where can I go to check on blue prints or plans of the 15A or 4A.
Thank you for any help.
05/08/2002 @ 23:11 [ref: 4902]
| Charles L Day|
| cg-13 was not the base model for the cg-15 or cg-15a. cg-13 was much larger than the cg-4A or CG-15.
xcg-15 was a cg-4A WACO production serial with 15 nose and wings.
xcg-15A was 15A design of fuselage, nose, wings, wheel carriage.
11/04/2001 @ 11:11 [ref: 3555]
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