|Role||5-seat light transport|
|First flight||13 July 1953|
The Custer CCW-5 was a twin-engined, 5-seat aircraft of pusher configuration, which used a channel wing claimed to enable low speed flight and short take-offs. Two CCW-5s flew, eleven years apart, but the type never entered production. The aircraft was the third and last of a series of Custer Channel Wing designs.
Source: Custer CCW-5 on Wikipedia
|Custer Channel Wing CCW-5 STOL Walk Around|
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