World War II plane takes flight

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  • (Courtesy photo) Students in the North Idaho High School Aerospace ACES Aviation Workshop and their mentors are pictured adding Eco Fill to the fabric repairs they made on the 1942 TG-6 Taylorcraft the program acquired after it was heavily damaged by hail. The plane was used for glider pilot training during World War II, and recently took flight after the students finished the repairs.

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    (Photo courtesy LILLY FALCONER) A 1942 TG-6 Taylorcraft took flight last month after students in the North Idaho High School Aerospace Program’s ACES Aviation Workshop restored the hail-damaged plane, which was used for glider pilot training during World War II.

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    (Courtesy photo) Daniel Spencer celebrates as the North Idaho High School Aerospace ACES Aviation crew finish up a few things on the 1942 TG-6 Taylorcraft, which was used for glider pilot training during World War II. The plane was heavily damaged before it was aquired by NIHSA and restored. It took flight last month.

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    (Photo courtesy LILLY FALCONER) A 1942 TG-6 Taylorcraft took flight last month after students in the North Idaho High School Aerospace Program’s ACES Aviation Workshop restored the hail-damaged plane, which was used for glider pilot training during World War II.

  • (Courtesy photo) Students in the North Idaho High School Aerospace ACES Aviation Workshop and their mentors are pictured adding Eco Fill to the fabric repairs they made on the 1942 TG-6 Taylorcraft the program acquired after it was heavily damaged by hail. The plane was used for glider pilot training during World War II, and recently took flight after the students finished the repairs.

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    (Photo courtesy LILLY FALCONER) A 1942 TG-6 Taylorcraft took flight last month after students in the North Idaho High School Aerospace Program’s ACES Aviation Workshop restored the hail-damaged plane, which was used for glider pilot training during World War II.

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    (Courtesy photo) Daniel Spencer celebrates as the North Idaho High School Aerospace ACES Aviation crew finish up a few things on the 1942 TG-6 Taylorcraft, which was used for glider pilot training during World War II. The plane was heavily damaged before it was aquired by NIHSA and restored. It took flight last month.

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    (Photo courtesy LILLY FALCONER) A 1942 TG-6 Taylorcraft took flight last month after students in the North Idaho High School Aerospace Program’s ACES Aviation Workshop restored the hail-damaged plane, which was used for glider pilot training during World War II.

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