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- Video Interview: Paul Harrington, WWII liaison pilot July 17, 2019
- Liaison Pilot Profile: Maj. Allen Conser June 5, 2019
- A vintage US Navy Silhouette Model reproduction of the Taylorcraft L-2 May 29, 2019
- A great article on US Artillery in World War Two mentioning Liaison Aircraft May 7, 2019
- The Liaison Forum April 24, 2019
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Here is a video Lbirds.com produced of an interview at the Commemorative Air Force, Redbird Squadron’s “L-birds Over Normandy” event on June 22, 2019. It features Maj. (Ret.) Paul Harrington sharing stories of his time as a Piper L-4 Grasshopper … Continue reading
Webmaster’s note: Article slightly modified for accuracy and tense from a submission by Timothy Conser, son of Allen Conser. We welcome your submissions! Allan Henry Conser was born on December 28th 1916 in Portland, Oregon to Homer and Georgia Conser. … Continue reading
These days liaison pilots are becoming harder and harder to find. Sadly, we often don’t even know where to look until an obituary is posted. Here is a sampling of obituaries I’ve found that mention Liaison Pilots. If any family … Continue reading
The original “Rosie the Rocketer” flown by U.S. Army pilot and artillery spotter Charles Carpenter aka “Bazooka Charlie” was found by the Collings Foundation and is under restoration to fly! Read more of the story in the link below: www.bendbulletin.com/localstate/7048928-151/la-pine-man-restoring-plane-flown-by-bazooka … Continue reading
Lt. Col. John Thornton WalkerPersonal pilot for Gen. Mark ClarkArticle by Ryan Short While searching for Liaison Pilot information online recently, and L-5 pilots in specific, I came across information about Lt. Col. Walker, who served in the Italian Theater … Continue reading