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Photo ID: 0964625
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De Havilland Canada C-8A Buffalo QSRA (DHC-5)
Leuchars (St. Andrews) (ADX / EGQL)
UK - Scotland, June 12, 1983
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N715NA (cn 2) Following its appearance at the 1983 Paris Air Show, NASA's QSRA N715NA staged through RAF Leuchars en route to the United States. Originally ordered as a DeHaviland Canada CV-7 Buffalo with the serial 63-13687, it was delivered to the USAF as a C-8A. Transferred to NASA as N715NA and converted to Quiet Short-Haul Research Aircraft.
Dennis W Robinson, TwilightSlides
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Photo ID: 0799563
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De Havilland Canada C-8A Buffalo QSRA (DHC-5)
Paris - Le Bourget (LBG / LFPB)
France, June 1983
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N715NA (cn 2) It took rocket scientists to figure out how to reduce a Buffalo's aesthetic appeal. NASA's Quiet Short-haul Research Aircraft (QSRA). Former USAF C-8A 63-13687.
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Photo ID: 0690380
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De Havilland Canada C-8A Buffalo QSRA (DHC-5)
Mountain View - Moffett Federal Airfield (NAS) (NUQ / KNUQ)
USA - California, February 1982
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N715NA (cn 2) NASA's QSRA in the hangar at the NASA Ames Research Center. The QSRA was a DHC-5 Buffalo, modified by Boeing by the installation of a new wing. QSRA was used for researching upper surface blowing, which allowed the aircraft to fly at very high lift coefficients. When this picture was taken, the four engines (left over from the Northrop YA-9A program) had been removed.
David Lednicer
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