Stinson Reliant (multiple)

I photographed these Stinson Reliant examples. The Reliant originally had the straight consistent wing from the Stinson Junior before, but most models had tapered and swept wings. The SR-10G (military AT-19) “Gullwing” was the last produced civilian model.

Wikipedia says: The Reliant was used by the United States Army Air Forces in World War II as a utility aircraft, designated UC-81, and as trainer designated AT-19. The Royal Navy and Royal Air Force also used Reliants, for light transport and communication duties. After the war they were sold on the civilian market as the Vultee V-77

1943 Stinson V77 Reliant #77-286

Arlington 2022

1944 Stinson V77 Reliant #77-333

Olympia 2022

Arlington 2022

Museum of Flight 2023

Olympic Flight Museum 2023

1943 Stinson V77 Reliant #77-452

Legacy Flight Museum; Rexburg, Idaho 2021

1938 Stinson SR-10G Reliant

CAF Mesa 2017

1936 Stinson SR-8B Reliant #9819

WAAAM, Hood River 2021

WAAAM, Hood River 2023

1933 Stinson Reliant SR-5 Bushplane #8732

Note that this Reliant still has the straight consistent chord wing, like those on the Stinson Junior

Museum of Flight 2011

Museum of Flight 2016

Museum of Flight 2017

Museum of Flight 2023