April 21, 2012
What: The Alamo Liaison Squadron's annual Bluebonnet Picnic
Where: Cannon Field - FAA identifier 53T
When: Approximately 9 or 10 am until about 3 pm
Do you know of a Liaison pilot in your area?
If so, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking for able Liaison Pilots who are still able to travel to attend our annual event honoring them.
The event will be at the home field of the Alamo Liaison Squadron - Cannon Field - on April 21, 2012. The FAA Identifier is 53T and we are now a public-use airport. It is a grass field, and there are a few hazards for those not familiar, so be sure to check your AF/D before dropping in.
We are scheduled to have two WWII liaison pilots in attendance.
We do not have any other events currently planned.
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Alamo Liaison Squadron Annual Bluebonnet Picnic
April 17, 2010
San Antonio, TX
The Alamo Liaison Squadron's annual picnic flying and fundraiser is scheduled for April 17th in 2010. All are invited. There is no gate fee, only a donation for the barbeque. Events will likely include the traditional "L-bird" demo as well as the flour bombing and spot landing contest. We hope to host a related movie as well. The Alamo Liaison Squadron extends a particular welcome to pilots bringing in their L-birds.
Update: We're going ahead rain or shine! We have three WW2 Lbird pilots in town for the weekend and if we can't fly, we'll have more time to talk with them!
Bluebonnet Air Show
April 10, 2010
Burnet , TX
The Alamo Liaison Squadron's L-5 was brought to this airshow by the webmaster.
Wings Over Houston
October 31, 2009
Wings Over Houston was a great show andWWII veteran L-bird pilot L.D. Todd was again present in the Legends and Autographs Tent Attendance was great this year, and the webmaster had fun helping out.!
Randolph AFB Airshow 2009
November 6, 2009
Randolph Air Force Base
San Antonio , TX
The Alamo Liaison Squadron was able to display the L-5 again this year, along with two other membered owned aircraft. The squadron members had a great time and passed out lots of flyers with information about the "L-birds.
Annual Open House & Fly-In
October 10, 2009
Wilson Industrial Airport ( FAA Identifier W03 )
Come view a Piper L-4 in Operation TORCH markings at this event.
Information about the events and directions can be found at:
Alamo Liaison Squadron Annual Fly-in and Bluebonnet Picnic
April 25, 2009
Cannon Field, San Antonio, TX
Lbirds staff attended the ALS Picnic and had a great time. The squadron put up a good formation and the Lbird demo went well.
Click here to see a YouTube interview with Mr. Todd at the picnic.
Wings Over Houston
October 25-26, 2008
Ellington Field, Houston
Lbirds staff attended the Wings Over Houston 2008 Airshow as escorts for Mr. L.D. Todd, who was an honored WWII veteran in the Legends and Heroes autograph tent. Mr. Todd flew L-5s off of Okinawa during WWII and enjoyed telling many people about the 163rd Liaison Squadron's service.
November 1-2, 2008
Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX
The Alamo Liaison Squadon is brought their Stinson L-5 to Airfest this year and Lbirds staff helped out with the display.
WW II Veterans Tribute
December 4-8, 2008
Lbirds staff members took up the Alamo Liaison Squadron's L-5 to a warbirds fly-in in Fredericksburg. The National Museum of the Pacific War was hosting the official mainland ceremonies commemorating the Pearl Harbor anniversary.
Click here to see photos on the ALS website.
September 27-28, 2008
Wright-Patterson AFB ( National Museum of the United States Air Force )
DAYTON, Ohio -- Nearly 30 vintage aircraft took to the skies above the National Museum of the United States Air Force on Sept. 27-28 during the Vintage Liaison Aircraft Gathering.
The event, scheduled for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday on the turf runway behind the museum, was free and open to the public. Participating liaison aircraft included the L-2, L-3, L-5, L-16, L-17 and L-19 models, and several historical military vehicles were on site during the event.
Story: Click here to read a story from the Greene County Dailies
Image courtesy USAFM - public domain.