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Photo ID: 2293624
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Douglas SC-47J Skytrain (DC-3)
Lubbock - International (LBB / KLBB)
USA - Texas, February 22, 2013
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17278 (cn 25824/14379) No markings on this old bird, on display in front of the Silent Wings Museum. The plaque gives the serial number and identifies this as originally a C-47B allocated to the Air Force, but delivered as R4D-6 17278 for the Navy instead, in 1944. Finally converted to an R4D-6S submarine hunter in 1952. The type was redesignated to SC-47J in 1962. This aircraft was formerly on display at the Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum in Quantico, VA.
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Photo ID: 2217085
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Douglas SC-47J Skytrain (DC-3)
Punta Gorda - Shell Creek (F13)
USA - Florida, October 26, 2012
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N213GB / 13 (cn 33232/16484) Former Monroe County Mosquito Control DC-3 is parked without its tail at the south end of the airport alongside DC-3 N220GB.
Ralph M. Pettersen
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Photo ID: 1501681
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Douglas SC-47J Skytrain (DC-3)
Houston - Ellington Field (AFB) (EFD)
USA - Texas, October 6, 2007
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N514AC (cn 26558/15113) Wings Over Houston 2007. Delivered to the USAAF as "43-49297", but later transfered to the US Navy as an R4D-6 "50788". After a civilian career the aircraft was acquired by the Marine Aviation Museum in Houston, TX. The aircraft was reconfigured to represent an AC-47 "Spooky" gunship. (Canon 350D + 17-55 IS)
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