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The Grumman Goose is a light amphibious transport plane, originally made by Grumman in 1937. It has a wingspan of 50'10" and a length of 39'7". The Grumman Goose Amphibian was designed for various purposes, and it rapidly became the utility plane of choice for several small air companies as well as a primary Coast Guard rescue plane. Its amphibious nature, generous interior space, and rugged construction enabled the Goose to live up to the harsh demands of its operators.

Out of the 345 Geese built between 1937 and 1945, few remain in air worthy condition.

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