Laister–Kauffman LK–10 (TG–4A)
Over 150 of these sailplanes were delivered to the U.S. Army as two–place training gliders.
The airplane featured fully–cantilevered wood wings and tails, with steel tube fuselage, all covered in fabric.
These were very popular for racing after WWII .
Year – 1942
Wing Span – 50 ft
Empty Weight – 450 lbs
Stall Speed – 40 mph
Glide Ratio – 22 to 1
Interesting Facts – The museum's glider arrived in its own trailer, perfect for traveling to the airport.
This was a gift to Port Townsend Aero Museum from Frank and Janice Hamilton.