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A departure from the coarse and ugly cargo gliders of the early war years was the Chase XCG-14. Built of wood in a very clean aerodynamic form, it permitted tow to 170 mph with 16 troops or 4,000 lbs of materiel. (National Soaring Museum)

 

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