Aviation Photo #1654422 Douglas DST-217A (DC-3) - American Airlines

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AA21 was enroute EWR-MDW when it collided with Taylorcraft BL-65 NC24403. The BL-65 had run out of fuel and its occupants had parachuted out. AA21 was struck in the left wing and banked sharply to the left, the crew managed to level the wings by adding full power to right engine and landed wheels up in a farm field 7 mi NE of Saline. The aircraft was repaired and returned to service. It is still registered today as N139D.
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    Steve E. Jacobson
    American Airlines
    Douglas DST-217A (DC-3)
    Douglas DC-3 (C-47/53/117/R4D/Skytrain/Dakota)
    Douglas DC-3 (C-47/53/117/R4D/Skytrain/Dakota)
    Douglas
    2165
    NC21752
    Saline area
    Michigan
    USA
    December 24, 1944
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