Aircraft was known for its sport aircraft just prior to World War II.
The company successfully adopted it's Cadet sport aircraft to fill a U.S.
Army Air Corps requirement for a target drone and became the major
producer of radio-controlled aerial target aircraft for both the Army and
Navy during World War II.
Aircraft is formed from Dart Manufacturing.
1946: Applegate-Weyant purchases production
rights to Dart. Folds after producing 10 aircraft.
1947: Culver Aircraft disbands.