The Stinson Sentinel, ‘Flying Jeep’ of the Generals

The Sentinel was the preferred liaison aircraft of the Generals during the Second World War.

Like its brother-in-arms the Piper L-4, it was capable of landing on rough runways, fields or roads that were barely developed.

However, being more powerful and spacious, it was also faster. Its nickname Flying Jeep is well deserved.

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