Commemorative Air Force (CAF)
Lubbock, Texas

In HONORING American Military Aviation of the United States.

The Silent Wings Museum, a public institution, preserves and promotes the history of the World War II military glider program by creating an environment for collecting, documenting, interpreting and exhibiting artifacts and information for public education and enjoyment.

Silent Wings Museum Web Site;


Laister-Kauffman Lk-10A Glider


British Horsa glider

The first photo is a start to making a Horsa Glider at the Silent Wings Museum the next 4 photos were found on the web.
For more Horsa Glider click on the button for a link to the website;



 Waco CG-4A Hadrian Glider

The CG-4A was the most widely used U.S. troop/cargo glider of WWII.
Fifteen companies manufactured CG-4As and 1,074 were built by the Waco Aircraft Company of Troy, Ohio.

For more on the Waco click on the button for a link to the website;

There is no armor only alumna tubes and fabric or canvas over the airframe.

Beside men they also carried other cargo that the troops would need.


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