1. America’s Waco CG-4A Glider Didn’t Need an Engine to Do its Job

    By Larry Porges The Wehrmacht jarred the Allies into action when it introduced gliders to the fight for Belgium in 1940 and Crete in 1941. By 1942, the U.S. had developed its own glider prototype, the Waco CG-4A, to deliver men and materiel to the front or behind enemy lines and s