The mission of the Alamo Liaison Squadron (ALS) at conception was two-fold: 1) locating, purchasing, restoring, and maintaining in original flying condition, a complete set of military liaison aircraft flown by all military services during World War II; and 2) providing a facility for permanent protection, display, and operation of these aircraft.
Today, the Alamo Liaison Squadron is the proud owner of Cannon Field (53T), named for the group's founder, Hardy Cannon. Members of the Alamo Liaison Squadron purchased the airfield and the surrounding property when Mr. Cannon passed away. Currently, the ALS fleet consists of the following aircraft:
The Alamo Liaison Squadron's (ALS) aircraft are flown by veteran pilots who have mastered the art of flying a "Taildragger." During the year, the squadron pilots provide fly-overs for local parades and events such as the Poteet Strawberry Festival, the Floresville Peanut Festival, Veteran's Day and Memorial Day just to name a few.
Click the thumbnail image to see some of aircraft currently housed at Cannon Field.
Enclosed hangar, tailwheel aircraft preferred. $100 per month plus ALS membership. Call 210-624-2226 for information.