Assault Glider Trust
The trust was formed by veterans of the Glider Pilot Regiment Association. Current projects of the trust are to convert a Dakota to its original parachute and glider tug function, along with restoring or building an Airspeed Horsa, an American CG-4A Waco and a De Havilland Tiger Moth.
In 2001, RAF Shawbury offered a home for the construction of the aircraft. BAE Systems found the original working drawings for a Horsa glider and allowed these to be used for the project under the condition that any aircraft produced would not be flown.
- Charity Commission. Assault Glider Trust, registered charity no. 1088895.
- "Assault Glider Trust: BACKGROUND INFORMATION - The Full Story". Archived from the original on 13 November 2007.
- "Volunteers rebuild lost gliders". BBC News. 6 July 2009. Retrieved 25 April 2010.