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The Hawk 2 was constructed in 1939 by Walter Haufe and Leland Hanselman. This glider was designed with ridge lift type soaring in mind. A nine hour flight was accomplished over High Cliff near Neenah, Wisconsin by Walter Haufe.

The glider was stored during World War II with the result that some minor damage was incurred. The aircraft was acquired by C. VanAirsdale in 1954 and was restored by L. Hanselman, H. Edward, and C. Vogt.

The Hawk 2 was donated to EAA in 1969 by C. VanAirsdale.

Haufe-Dale Hawk 2 Haufe-Dale Hawk 2

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