The Chase XCG-20, also known as the XG-20 and by the company designation MS-8 Avitruc, was a large assault glider developed immediately after World War II by the Chase Aircraft Company for the United States Air Force, and was the largest glider ever built in the United States. The XG-20 did not see production due to a change in USAF requirements, however, it was modified into the successful Fairchild C-123 Provider twin-engined transport aircraft which saw extensive service in the Vietnam War.

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  • Chase XCG-20 (MS-8 Avitruc, XG-20) – zbudowany po II wojnie światowej przez wytwórnię Chase Aircraft Company prototypowy, największy z wybudowanych wojskowych amerykańskich szybowców transportowych. Szybowiec dzięki swojej bardzo dobrej konstrukcji po zamontowaniu silników stał się podstawą do budowy samolotu transportowego Fairchild C-123 Provider. (pl)
  • The Chase XCG-20, also known as the XG-20 and by the company designation MS-8 Avitruc, was a large assault glider developed immediately after World War II by the Chase Aircraft Company for the United States Air Force, and was the largest glider ever built in the United States. The XG-20 did not see production due to a change in USAF requirements, however, it was modified into the successful Fairchild C-123 Provider twin-engined transport aircraft which saw extensive service in the Vietnam War. (en)
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  • "C-123 Provider in action"
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  • *Chase XC-123A *Fairchild C-123 Provider *Stroukoff YC-134
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  • *Douglas XCG-17 *Ilyushin Il-32 *Messerschmitt Me 321 *Yakovlev Yak-14
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  • Chase XCG-20 (MS-8 Avitruc, XG-20) – zbudowany po II wojnie światowej przez wytwórnię Chase Aircraft Company prototypowy, największy z wybudowanych wojskowych amerykańskich szybowców transportowych. Szybowiec dzięki swojej bardzo dobrej konstrukcji po zamontowaniu silników stał się podstawą do budowy samolotu transportowego Fairchild C-123 Provider. (pl)
  • The Chase XCG-20, also known as the XG-20 and by the company designation MS-8 Avitruc, was a large assault glider developed immediately after World War II by the Chase Aircraft Company for the United States Air Force, and was the largest glider ever built in the United States. The XG-20 did not see production due to a change in USAF requirements, however, it was modified into the successful Fairchild C-123 Provider twin-engined transport aircraft which saw extensive service in the Vietnam War. (en)
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  • Chase XCG-20 (en)
  • Chase XCG-20 (pl)
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