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Waco's history began in 1919 when businessmen Clayton J. Brukner and Elwood Junkin met barnstorming pilots Charley Meyers and George Weaver. Although their initial floatplane design was a failure, they went on to found the Waco company in 1920 and established themselves as producers of reliable, rugged aircraft. The Waco name was extremely well represented in the U.S. civil aircraft registry between the wars, with more Wacos registered than the aircraft of any other company. Production types including open cockpit biplanes, cabin biplanes and cabin sesquiplanes. During WW2, Waco produced large numbers of military gliders for the RAF and US Army Air Forces. Waco ceased operations in 1947.
Waco EQC-6, N16214, C/N 4425 Waco EQC-6, N16214, C/N 4425. Photo taken in Stratford, Connecticut (June, 1962).
Weaver Aircraft Company of Ohio UPF-7 N32125 Waco UPF-7, 1941, S/N 5757. Minter Fld. California May 10-03.
Waco UPF-7 in flight NC32027 Waco UPF-7, 1941, S/N 5658. Watsonville, CA May 24-02.
WACO, # C-FLWL at Rockcliffe, Ontario WACO bi-plane, # C-FLWL at Rockcliffe, Ontario.
Picture of Waco RNF at Casa Grande Airport NC110Y Waco RNF, 1930, S/N 3298. Photo @ Casa Grande AP, AZ. Mar.3-2007.
Waco C-GYMF Waco c/n F5C068 C-GYMF Aero Productions Inc. in the sky of Cap-Rouge, Qc 2007-9-1
Waco UBF-2 Tourist NC13074 Built in 1932, this Tourist was photographed at Reno Stead Airport on 10 September 2006, during the ...
Waco UPF-7 with J-85 jet engine Photographed at the Dayton Air Show on 17 July 2003. This 1939 Waco biplane owned by the late Jimma...
Waco JWM NX8550 at Creve Coeur, Missouri Photographed on a scorching hot day, July 27 2003. At the Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum, Crev...
Waco ZVN-8, USAAF UC-72L 42-94125 Photographed at the Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum, Creve Coeur Airport, Maryland Heights, St ...
Waco N2369Q with jet engine beneath Photographed on 30 July 2004 at EAA AirVenture, Oshkosh. Jimmy Marshall Franklin's 1940-built Waco ...
WACO YKS-6 NC16512 Photographed at the Schleissheim Air & Space Museum, near Munich, on 2 September 2010. This was bui...

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