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jankees

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  1. Flight Replicas C-54/DC-4 Buffalo Airways #58 C-GCTF

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas C-54 / DC-4 C-GCTF #58 of Buffalo Airways. C/n #27281 was built as C-54E-5-DO 44-9055 for the USAAF/USAF, where it flew until 1978. It then went to Aero Union as N51819. It went to Canada in 1982 becoming C-GCTF and it has been with Buffalo since 1995. A repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.

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  2. Flight Replicas C-54/DC-4 Buffalo Airways #56 C-GBNV

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas C-54 / DC-4 C-GBNV #56 of Buffalo Airways. C/n #35988 was built as C-54G 45-0535 for the USAAF/USAF, where it flew until 1975. In 1976, it started flying for Aero Union as N3303F. It went to Canada in 1981 and was bought by Buffalo in 1985. A repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.
     

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  3. Flight Replicas C-54/DC-4 Buffalo Airways #57 C-FIQM

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas C-54 / DC-4 C-FIQM #57 of Buffalo Airways. C/n #36088 was built as C-54G-15-DO 45-0635 for the USAAF/USAF, where it flew until 1956. It then went to Canada as CF-IQM. It went to Aero Union in 1981 as N4218S, but returned to Canada in 1988 as C-FIQM with Kenn Borek Air. It has been with Buffalo since 1992. A repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.

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  4. Flight Replicas C-54/DC-4 Buffalo Airways #02 C-FBAJ

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas C-54 / DC-4 C-FBAJ #02 of Buffalo Airways. C/n #3088 was built as C-54A 41-37297 for the USAAF. After the war, it flew as N150 with the CAA, before becoming N11712 in 1962. It flew in the US, apart from a stint in Panama as HP-434 until it was bought by Buffalo Airways in 1975. A repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.

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  5. Flight Replicas C-54 Belgian AF KX1

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas C-54 KX-1 OT-CWU of the Belgian Air Force. In 1950 the Belgian Air Force acquired a Douglas C54A-10-DC Skymaster from Sabena to improve passenger conditions on the link to and from the Belgian Congo. KX-1 OT-CWU was c/n 10326 42-72221 and served with the US Navy as BuNo39174. It came to Belgium in 1947 and flew with Sabena as OO-CBS. In 1954 a second aircraft was bought from S.A.S. this being a DC-4-1009. With the appearance in 1958 of the larger C-118 (DC-6) both aircraft were mainly used as pure freighters.  Both aircraft operated by the Melsbroek based 21st Squadron of the 15th Transport wing were withdrawn from use in 1971 and although both survived for some years (KX-1 at Torhout, KX-2 at Southend (U.K.) they finally were scrapped.
    A repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.

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  6. Flight Replicas C-54 USAF 0-17248

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas C-54E 43-17248, which was on strength with the 7405th Support Squadron from Wiesbaden until 1965. It was a veteran of the 1948 Berlin Airlift.  
    A repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.

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  7. MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston/Havoc No 88 Sqn RH-B "Beer is Best"

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston/Havoc III BZ264 RH-B 'Beer is best' of no 88 squadron, RAF Hartford Bridge, July 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  8. Flight Replicas DC-4 Pacific Air Freighters VH-PAF

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas DC-4 VH-PAF in the colors of Pacific Air Freighters.
    VH-Paf was originally delivered new to the USAAF as 44-9126 on May 14, 1945. It transferred to the USAF in 1947 and was Withdrawn from service and stored at Davis Montahan, Arizona - December 1971. She was sold to Dross Metals in 1975 and entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N9013V.She then flew for several companies in the US until she was seized by Bahamas authorities for alleged smuggling activities in April 1981. She was sold again, among others flying for Lynch Air Tankers Inc, Billings, Montana between 1984 and 1995 as 'City of Billings'.
    She then went to Australia with Pacific Air Freighters Pty Ltd, arriving in Cairns on completion of the ferry flight to Australia in June 1995.
    The ferry route was Chino - Hilo - Majuro - Honiara - Cairns, the first leg of this ferry flight took 14 hours. On arrival at Majuro some problems associated with Number 2 engine were worked on before departing for Honiara. During this leg Number 2 engine began to play up so it was shut down in flight. As the problem could not be rectified it was decided to carry on to Cairns as planned on three engines. She was ferried Cairns - Brisbane (Archerfield) on three engines in june 1995 and entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-PAF on January 31, 1996
    She commenced long term contract with Goroka Air Service, Papua New Guinea - October 14, 1996. Returned to Brisbane after 3 months and placed in open storage and sold at auction to Airfreighters International P/L - May 22, 1997. Services were flown under the name of Pacific Air Freighters. Chartered by Ansett Australia Cargo for service Brisbane - Darwin - September 15, 2000. She was then sold to Historical Aviation Restoration Society Inc and ferried to Brisbane - Albion Park Regional Airport, where she was reregistered as VH-EAY - June 23, 2008. At present, she is undergoing complete overhaul for return to airworthy condition.
    A repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.

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  9. Flight Replicas DC-4 Transocean N88756

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas DC-4 N88756 in the colors of Transocean Airlines it wore between 1952 and 1957.
    N88756 had c/n 10397 and was built with USAAF number 42-72292. It became Bua 50849 with the USNavy. It flew with Alaska Airlines and Guest Aerovias Mexico before coming to Transocean in 1952. It 1957 she was sold to Thai Airways, before going to Africa in 1962, where she flew in Rhodesia  and Botswana, before flying in the Biafra Airlift as VP-YTY with Air Trans Africa. She was destroyed on June 28 1969 at Uli, Biafra during the airlift.
    A repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.

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  10. Alabeo Staggerwing RAAF A39-1

    This folder contains a repaint for the Alabeo Beech Staggerwing in the colors of RAAF Staggerwing A-39-1. C/n 248, it was the former NC19478. It was registered VH-ACU 1939 till 1941, when it was impressed into RAAF service. It had a taxying accident 06/08/41, when it taxied into boundary markers and the port wheel was damaged.
    After the war, it was sold in may 194545 to Brown and Dureau for 1350 pounds and registered VH-ACU  on 01/06/46.
    It was at Air World Wangaratta VIC in the Early 80's. It is still airworthy, currently registered as VH-AME (since 2005).  A Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the blank textures by Alabeo.

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  11. Flight Replicas Douglas DC-4 Qantas VH-EDB

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas DC-4 VH-EDB in its final paint scheme while flying with Qantas, between 1970 and 1977. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.
    More on the aircraft can be found here:http://www.aussieairliners.org/dc-4/vh-anf/vhanf.html

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  12. Flight Replicas Douglas DC-4 Qantas VH-EDA

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas DC-4 VH-EDA in its final paint scheme while flying with Qantas, between 1970 and 1976. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.
    More on the aircraft can be found here: http://www.aussieairliners.org/dc-4/vh-ebn/vhebn.html

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  13. Flight Replicas Douglas C-54 NL-302

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas C-54 / DC-4 by Flight Replicas. It shows Douglas C-54A NL-302 of the Netherlands Government Air Transport, 1945. This was originally 42-72274 of the USAAF, which was bought by the Dutch Government in 1945 in a batch of 14 C-54's. These were converted to carry passengers. Although the aircraft were carrying military markings, they were in fact carrying passengers for KLM, among others to the Dutch East Indies. Since civilian aircraft were not always permitted to fly along this route immediately after the war they wore military paint. In 1947 all aircraft were transferred to the KLM and NL-302 became PH-TAD. It later flew with several European comapnies with registration F-BDRJ, before being scrapped in 1965. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Flight Replicas.

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  14. Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston 418 sqn RCAF

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston mk III W8395 TH-G of No 418 squadron RCAF, based in Bradwell Bay in April 1942.  Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.
    I've included new bumpmaps that you can use for all other A-20C paints as well.

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  15. MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston No 18 Sqn AL 494 #28 "Speckled Hen".

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston Mk.III AL 494 #28 "Speckled Hen" , of RAF 18 Sqn, 236 Wing, Western Desert Air Force. It crashed on take-off at Maison Blanche on 2-8-1943. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  16. MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston French Air Force No 342 'Lorraine' Sqn.

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston mk III BZ281 of No 342 "Lorraine" squadron of the Free French Air Force, based in Hartford Bridge in august 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  17. MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston Dutch Naval Air Service

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas DB7 Boston D52 of the Royal Dutch East Indies Navy, Andir, 6 March 1942. In december 1941, the Dutch government ordered 32 Douglas Boostons for the defence of the Dutch Indies after the outbreak of war in the Pacific. These aircraft were destined for the MLD, or Dutch Naval Air Service. The aircraft were painted in RAF camouflage colors and received Dutch orange triangles on the fuselage and the underside of the wings, together with a serial consisting of a D with a number and the text KON.MARINE on the nose. The aircraft were crated and shipped to the Dutch East Indies, with the first six arriving in Java on the 27th of February 1942, just a day before the Japanese landings in Java. The crates were unloaded in Tjilatjap. It was decided to try and assemble a few aircraft on the spot, in the harbor of Tjilatjap, while three crates were sent to Andir by train. Despite Japanese bombing raids on the harbor, the MLD technicians managed to assemble two Bostons in the harbor, and on the morning of the 5th of March, Lt Burgerhout, a Catalina pilot, took of from an improvised runway withh D52 and flew to Tasikmalaja, where it was planned to fill the aircraft with fuel for the flight to Andir air base. However, no suitable fuel was found. Before the second Boston could be flown out, the 'runway' was destroyed by a second Japanese bomb raid, so the ground crew destroyed the aircraft.  The aircraft at Tasikmalaja was destroyed on the 8th of Mmarch, just before the capitulation of the Dutch East Indies. Of the aircraft transported by train, one was assembled, and this fell intact into the hands of the Japanese, who later used it for flight evaluations. The other two aircraft were destroyed by their ground crews. The other 26 Bostons still underway were diverted to Australia, and these later flew with no 22 squadron of the RAAF. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  18. MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20G Havoc 416th BG 6Q-R 'Denver Darling'

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20G by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A-20G 43-9380 6Q-R “Denver Darling" of the  668th BS, 416th BG, with partially overpainted invasion stripes as in late july 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  19. Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20G Havoc 410th BG 6Q-R 'Skonk Works'

    This folder contains two repaints for the Douglas A-20G by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A-20G 43-10213 6Q-R 'Skonk Works' of the 647th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, based in Gosfield, UK, with full invasion stripes as in june 1944, or with partially overpainted invasion stripes as in late july 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  20. Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20G Havoc 417th BG 'Piz-Doff'

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20G by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A-20G 43-22154 J 'Piz-Doff' of the 672th BS, 417th BG, when it was based in New Guinea, early 1944.. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  21. Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20G Havoc 417th BG 'My Joy'

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20G by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A-20G 43-22154 P 'My Joy' of the 674th BS, 417th BG, that was based in  Noomfoor, New Guinea, early 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  22. Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20G Havoc 416th BG 5H-B

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20G by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A20G 43-9182 5H-B of the 668th BS, 416th BG, based in Wethersfield, early 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.

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  23. Just Flight Curtiss C-46 Commando Slick Airways

    This folder contains a repaint for the Curtiss C-46 Commando by Just Flight, in the colors of Curtiss C-46 N67970 of Slick Airways, 1954.  It was originally C-46F-1-CU 4478764 and was bought by Slick Airways in 1949. After being sold onward in 1954, it flew with several civilian operators before ending with the Mexican Air Force in 1982 as TEC-6049. It was scrapped later. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by JustFlight.

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  24. Just Flight Curtiss C-46 Commando Luxembourg Airlines

    This folder contains a repaint for the Curtiss C-46 Commando by Just Flight, in the colors of Curtiss C-46  LX-LAA of Luxembourg Airlines, 1955. Originally C-46F-1-CU 44-78599 of the USAAF, LX-LAA flew with Claire Chennault, Civil Air Transport, Flying Tiger Line and Slick Airways before coming to Luxembourg in 1955. It was written off in 1958, after a landing gear collapsed at Stuttgart during a training flight. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by JustFlight.

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  25. Just Flight Curtiss C-46 Commando Kunming Express

    This folder contains a repaint for the Curtiss C-46 Commando by Just Flight, in the colors of Curtiss C-46 42-47072, an imaginary paintscheme based on the comic series "Angel Wings" by Yann and Hugault. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by JustFlight.

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