I have reviewed the article and can conclude it is well sourced and well written. Once the following points have been addressed, I will be happy to pass the article. wackywace 17:33, 21 January 2011 (UTC)
Design and development
Please use — for dashes, rather than -
"then being towed by another C-47" I presume this means a powered C-47? Could this be clarified in the text.
Done - I hope, added the powered note at the start of that particular sentence referring to the powered-'47 trials.
"C-47-DL" It would be good if you could clarify in the article what the "-DL" suffix means?
Done, via a footnote.
DC-3 needs to be linked.
Done - it actually already was, just later in the text. I've moved the link to the first appearance of the term.
It would be useful if you could briefly explain the relationship between the C-47 and the DC-3.
Done, via a footnote
"The XCG-17 had a cargo capacity of 15,000 pounds (6,800 kg); alternatively, up to 40 fully-equipped troops could be transported, both significantly larger figures than conventional gliders." This is slightly awkward in that it implies the gliders are figures, not that they have figures.
Jeeps is not capitalised - were actual Jeeps, produced by Jeep, used at the time, or is jeep a term used to describe off-road vehicles?
It's the lower-case jeep; "jeep" was a widely-used slang term, of unknown and disputed origin, used to refer to a variety of small Army vehicles. Like "bazooka", the term the GIs used became much better known than the official designation; the vehicle that the name "jeep" stuck to the firmest was the Willys MB, which is the vehicle in question here, so I've disambiguated the link.