FS98 CFS1 Stinson L-5 Sentinel
FS98 CFS1 Stinson L-5 Sentinel. The Stinson L-5 Sentinel was a small American liaison aircraft built by the Stinson division of Consolidated-Vultee, before and during World War II. Began his life as the pre-war Stinson Model 105 Voyager. When World War II broke out, the Voyager was redesigned and then entered into service as a liaison aircraft. It also flew in the artillery spotter role and as an air ambulance. The later model L-5s had their fuselages modified to accommodate one stretcher patient. About 3591 Sentinels were built during WWII for the US Army Air Force and the US Marines. Original FS5 model creator. Jerry Arzdorf. Panel by. J. L. Stubbs All reworked to FS98 CFS1 with new textures, damage profile and moving parts. Edmundo Abad 2010. Repainted as USAAF Stinson L-5 # 298989, Normandy theater, with Invasion Stripes on bottom surfaces.