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For comparison John sent me these photos, seen in the livery they arrived in here: He hauled it out to El Mirage. Seeing this photo Jim Gribben wrote: I guess it got punted from the hangar it was in. Sean Keating replied: Based in Indochina. John wrote for this photo: I hope through time more identities will surface, perhaps from previous photo records.
Dean restarted work on the Super Sabre. It did not participate in the D-Day invasion in Normandy but did fly resupply mission soon after from England. Transport to Taigh's domain originated from Oregon.
The forward fuselage of a Martin 2-0-2 or 4-0-4? RCAF 22124 was completely destroyed by fire. It was reported that PV-2 Harpoon, BuNo 37524 had a total of 35 hours of flight time on the airframe since acceptance by the Navy. In addition to the standard transport configuration, specialized variants of the C-27J have been developed for maritime patrol, search and rescue, C3 ISR command, control, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance , fire support and electronic warfare and ground-attack missions.
Stored Last info: It is the first facility to be licensed in the United States for horizontal launches of reusable spacecraft, being certified as a spaceport by the Federal Aviation Administration on 17Jun2004. His name was William J. August 31st 1955: Wikipedia has interesting details on the Warning Stars, also on service of these special aircraft during the Vietnam War! May 1953: It had the longest wingspan of any combat aircraft ever built, at 230 ft 70.
Airstrike is leasing it and bringing it back into compliance. For this conversion, e. John added the following information: C-47A Skytrain, '7th Heaven', has not changed much since I visited this museum in 1996! Seems like a Big Doug forward fuselage Here it is from the other side: