An in-depth look at the Grumman Goose

In this month's Aeroplane Database, James Kightly and Ryan Pemberton take an in-depth look at the development, technical details, service and flying characteristics of the Grumman Goose

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One of the finest examples of the Goose still flying is Spokane, Washington-based Pemberton & Sons Aviation’s JRF-6B, N95467.
VIA RYAN PEMBERTON

 

DEVELOPMENT

An aircraft that was key to the future success of the Grumman ‘Ironworks’

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