Patrol, Specialty, and Dedicated Donor Aircraft
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RF-4C, serial 65-0906, as seen during April, 2016.
UP-3A, BuNo 150527, seen during April, 2014, showing obvious signs of long-term storage. Even her JB tail code has almost completely faded away. She would get the attention of the scrapper about three-and-a-half years later.
RF-4B, BuNo 157345, as seen during April, 2016. As of the date of this post this aircraft is still in storage. She's been there since January, 1990.
EKA-3B, BuNo 142255, as she appeared during August, 2002, approximately 29 years after her arrival. She would get the attention of the scrapper six years later.
E-2C Hawkeye, BuNo 160416, sits at the head of a short line of other Hawkeyes in this late 2015 photo. She would get the attention of the scrapper by May, 2018.
707-331B, N28714, as she appeared during late 2015. She would survive a little less than five more years before being scrapped.
NKC-135A, serial 55-3127, as seen during April, 2016. She would be scrapped in November, 2018.
DC-10-10, registration N910SF (ex-USAF 99-0910), was previously owned by Raytheon until sent for storage during April, 2012. This photo was taken 31 months later. She would be scrapped approximately a year later.
October, 2000, photo of NKC-135A, BuNo 553134 (a converted USAF serial number). She arrived during February, 1996, from Fleet Tactical Readiness Group (FTRG) where it served in the Electronic Warfare Training role.
2006 view of P-3B, BuNo 152747, undergoing regeneration prior to FMS sale to Greece.
ES-3A, BuNo 159419, in storage during March, 2000. This VQ-6 aircraft had been in storage about ten months when this photo was taken.
A line-up of Douglas A-3 models seen during April, 2006. Front right is TA-3B, BuNo 144866, which was scrapped during May, 2012. Behind her is TA-3B, BuNo 144857, which was scrapped nearly 2.5 years after this photo was taken.