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Boeing YL-15 'Scout'

Description
  Manufacturer:Boeing
  Base model:L-15
  Designation:YL-15
  Nickname:Scout
  Designation System:U.S. Air Force
  Designation Period:1942-1962
  Basic role:Liaison
  Status:Prototype

Specifications
Not Yet Available

Known serial numbers
47-423 / 47-432

Examples of this type may be found at
MuseumCityState
United States Army Aviation MuseumOzarkAlabama


 

Recent comments by our visitors
 NoŽl Rumers
 , AL
Hi all,
I am building a Scout in 1/4 scale. Started the building some years ago. Then stopped the building to be able the get more info to build as close as possible to scale... At this moment I started again to the finish but it will be semi scale though. To many mistakes drawn in at first and to late to change. But the main layout will be the same and it will fly as it should :-)
See under http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=980686&page=4&highlight=Boeing+Scout
Best regards I will post as much as think it is necessary:-)
NoŽl
01/14/2010 @ 14:09 [ref: 25574]
 NoŽl Rumers
 , AK
Hi all,
I am building a Scout in 1/4 scale. Started the building some years ago. Then stopped the building to be able the get more info to build as close as possible to scale... At this moment I started again to the finish but it will be semi scale though. To many mistakes drawn in at first and to late to change. But the main layout will be the same and it will fly as it should :-)
See under http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=980686&page=4&highlight=Boeing+Scout
Best regards I will post as much as think it is necessary:-)
NoŽl
01/14/2010 @ 14:08 [ref: 25573]
 NoŽl Rumers
 , AK
Hi all,
I am building a Scout in 1/4 scale. Started the building some years ago. Then stopped the building to be able the get more info to build as close as possible to scale... At this moment I started again to the finish but it will be semi scale though. To many mistakes drawn in at first and to late to change. But the main layout will be the same and it will fly as it should :-)
See under http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=980686&page=4&highlight=Boeing+Scout
Best regards I will post as much as think it is necessary:-)
NoŽl
01/14/2010 @ 14:07 [ref: 25572]
 NoŽl Rumers
 , AK
Hi all,
I am building a Scout in 1/4 scale. Started the building some years ago. Then stopped the building to be able the get more info to build as close as possible to scale... At this moment I started again to the finish but it will be semi scale though. To many mistakes drawn in at first and to late to change. But the main layout will be the same and it will fly as it should :-)
See under http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=980686&page=4&highlight=Boeing+Scout
Best regards I will post as much as think it is necessary:-)
NoŽl
01/14/2010 @ 14:06 [ref: 25571]
 NoŽl Rumers
 Antwerp Belgium, AK
Hi all,
I am building a Scout in 1/4 scale. Started the building some years ago. Then stopped the building to be able the get more info to build as close as possible to scale... At this moment I started again to the finish but it will be semi scale though. To many mistakes drawn in at first and to late to change. But the main layout will be the same and it will fly as it should :-)
See under http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=980686&page=4&highlight=Boeing+Scout
Best regards I will post as much as think it is necessary:-)
NoŽl
01/14/2010 @ 14:05 [ref: 25570]
 Darwin Braden
 Winchester, VA
I think that the US Fish & Wildlife had one in Anchorage Alaska. (1960's) Parts from it were used by one of their mechanics to build an experimental a/c for use in Alaska. The YL wings made for tremendous low speed lift/performance. I beleive the mechanics name was Jerry Lawhorn (sp?) and he called the final product the "KeyBird" I also beleive the Norm Brundquist was another FWS mechanic.
11/18/2008 @ 12:58 [ref: 23096]
 Randy Tait
 , TX
Mr Brunquist
I am very interested in the Yl-15. I would like to know status of project.

Randy Tait
06/15/2007 @ 13:17 [ref: 16838]
 Carlos
 , VA

DEar folks..

I did get info on the Scout.. The folks at Boeing were very helpful providng me with great documentation.

Has anyone seen an actual aircraft of this kind?
12/06/2006 @ 11:59 [ref: 14931]
 Carlos
 Harrisonburg, VA


Dear folks,

I have been wanting to build a third (12 ft) scale RC Boeing L 15 Scout but, due to lack of technical data I have not been able to start the project. Is there any place where I can get color pictures??? I have plenty b&w..

Your help will be highly appreciated..

Carlos
05/20/2006 @ 15:33 [ref: 13338]
 Carlos
 Harrisonburg, VA


Dear folks,

I have been wanting to build a third (12 ft) scale RC Boeing L 15 Scout but, due to lack of technical data I have not been able to start the project. Is there any place where I can get color pictures??? I have plenty b&w..

Your help will be highly appreciated..

Carlos
05/20/2006 @ 15:32 [ref: 13337]