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  1. View File Manfred Jahn 's Douglas C-47 V3 VH-MMA textures for the freeware Manfred Jahn's V3 as VH-MMA as seen today at the Darwin Aviation Heritage Center on the Stuart Highway NT Submitter jeansy Submitted 08/12/2017 Category Pacific  
  2. Version

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    textures for the freeware Manfred Jahn's V3 as VH-MMA as seen today at the Darwin Aviation Heritage Center on the Stuart Highway NT
  3. View File Manfred Jahn's Douglas C-47 V3.14 HARS VH-EAF/A65-94 This is a repaint for the Freeware Manfred Jahn Douglas C-47 V3.14, based on the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) VH-EAF/A65-94 C-47B. A65-94 was built in Oklahoma city as a C-47B-30-DK and was delivered to the USAF on 20 April 1945 registered as 44-76774.The aircraft was then delivered to the RAAF on 2 May 1945 as A65-94 with a domestic registration of ‘VH-RFK’ and served in 38, 36 and then 34 Squadrons. A65-94 finally went to the Aircraft Research and Development Unit (ARDU) in 1982 where she served until 1997. When A65-94 was decommissioned in 2000, the aircraft had flown a total of 14,600 hours and was 55 years old. She was acquired by HARS in July 2000 and flown from Edinburgh in Adelaide to Bankstown in Sydney, where she went through restoration and registration onto the domestic register as VH-EAF. Please read the included Readme for instructions on how to install this repaint. T To ensure you have the latest updates for this repaint, click on the "Follow this content" button in the top right of this page. Enjoy! Submitter MeTriX Submitted 01/07/2015 Category Pacific  
  4. View File Manfred Jahn's Douglas C-47 V3.14 RAAF A65-78 LowViz Built as a Douglas C-47B-25-DK at Oklahoma City plant in February 1945. Allocated U.S. S/N 44-76345 and delivered to the USAAF February 12, 1945. Transferred to Royal Australian Air Force under the lend/lease agreement and allocated the S/N A65-78. Was the first allied aircraft to fly into Hiroshima after the atomic bombing and utilised to ferry journalists into the city and evacuate wounded civilians. Used to fly freight to Korea five days a week with RAAF Transport Flight in 1956. Transferred to Aircraft Research and Development Unit, East Sale. Used to trial a low visibility scheme. Withdrawn from operational use in 1999 and transferred to the RAAF Museum, Point Cook, Victoria. Please read the included Readme for instructions on how to install this repaint. To ensure you have the latest updates for this repaint, click on the "Follow this content" button in the top right of this page. Submitter MeTriX Submitted 11/30/2015 Category Pacific  
  5. View File Manfred Jahn's C-47 USAF Brussels MAAG This folder contains a repaint for version 3.14 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of Douglas C-47 42-100611, which was the personal aircraft of General Joe Stilwell in the China-Burma-India theatre of operations during WWII, served as transport for the Brussels Military Assistance Advisory Group in the 1950's and was based in Belgium. It was later sold to France, becoming F-BNFB, flew in Senegal as 6W-SAF, and returned to France as F-GEFU. It was later cut up, with the nose section being used during the filming of Band of Brothers. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Gordon Madison. Submitter jankees Submitted 03/25/2017 Category North America  
  6. Version 1.0.0

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    This folder contains a repaint for version 3.14 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of Douglas C-47 42-100611, which was the personal aircraft of General Joe Stilwell in the China-Burma-India theatre of operations during WWII, served as transport for the Brussels Military Assistance Advisory Group in the 1950's and was based in Belgium. It was later sold to France, becoming F-BNFB, flew in Senegal as 6W-SAF, and returned to France as F-GEFU. It was later cut up, with the nose section being used during the filming of Band of Brothers. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Gordon Madison.
  7. Version 1.0.0

    154 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 3.14 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of Douglas C-47 42-100611 "Uncle Joe's Chariot", which was the personal aircraft of General Joe Stilwell, US Army commander in the China-Burma-India theatre of operations. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Gordon Madison.
  8. View File Manfred Jahn's Douglas C-47 V2 SAAF 6832 K-OD Built as a Douglas C-47A-75-DL at Oklahoma City plant in February 1945. Allocated U.S. S/N 42-108863 and delivered under lend/lease scheme to the RAF February 9, 1944, as KG443. Flown to South Africa February 26 1944. Received serial 6832 and served with No.28 Squadron 1945, 27 and 44 Squadrons 1946, 25 Squadron 1975-79. Finally with 35 Squadron at D.F. Malan/Ysterplaat, Cape Town and retired from service in 1992. In late December 1952, tasked to fly to Comoros to fetch a Coelacanth (34 hour/7000 Km journey), read story here: The Flight to fetch the second Coelacanth. Spared from being converted to a turboprop and taken on as a SAAF Museum piece at AFB Ysterplaat. Enjoy! Submitter MeTriX Submitted 12/30/2015 Category Africa Manufacturer Manfred Jahn Douglas Model C-47 Specifications SAAF 6832 K-OD Have you met the requirements as outlined in the upload rules ? If so please answer with 'Yes'
  9. Version

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    Built as a Douglas C-47A-75-DL at Oklahoma City plant in February 1945. Allocated U.S. S/N 42-108863 and delivered under lend/lease scheme to the RAF February 9, 1944, as KG443. Flown to South Africa February 26 1944. Received serial 6832 and served with No.28 Squadron 1945, 27 and 44 Squadrons 1946, 25 Squadron 1975-79. Finally with 35 Squadron at D.F. Malan/Ysterplaat, Cape Town and retired from service in 1992. In late December 1952, tasked to fly to Comoros to fetch a Coelacanth (34 hour/7000 Km journey), read story here: The Flight to fetch the second Coelacanth. Spared from being converted to a turboprop and taken on as a SAAF Museum piece at AFB Ysterplaat. Enjoy!
  10. Version 3

    177 downloads

    Built as a Douglas C-47B-25-DK at Oklahoma City plant in February 1945. Allocated U.S. S/N 44-76345 and delivered to the USAAF February 12, 1945. Transferred to Royal Australian Air Force under the lend/lease agreement and allocated the S/N A65-78. Was the first allied aircraft to fly into Hiroshima after the atomic bombing and utilised to ferry journalists into the city and evacuate wounded civilians. Used to fly freight to Korea five days a week with RAAF Transport Flight in 1956. Transferred to Aircraft Research and Development Unit, East Sale. Used to trial a low visibility scheme. Withdrawn from operational use in 1999 and transferred to the RAAF Museum, Point Cook, Victoria. Please read the included Readme for instructions on how to install this repaint. To ensure you have the latest updates for this repaint, click on the "Follow this content" button in the top right of this page.
  11. Version 1.0.0

    107 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of C-47A 42-92841 of the 61st TCS, based in Saltby, England. It took part in the parachute drops on D-Day and during Market Garden. It remained with the USAF in Germany until 1952, after which it served for a few years in North Africa, before returning to the US. It was transferred to the US Army in 1964, who declared it surplus in 1986. It was tranported by helicopter to Dover AFB, where it was the start of the Air Mobility Command Museum. It was restored to its D-Day markings, when it dropped members of the 82nd Airborne Division near Ste Mere Eglise. It can still be seen in the museum. I painted it in the colors it wore during operation Market Graden, when it dropped British paratroopers near Arnhem. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 1.2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  12. Version 1.0.0

    75 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of C-47B OT-CWS of the Belgian Air Force, one of the BAF C-47's equipped with the nose of a Starfighter, to train pilots in the use of the new fighters nose radar. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 2,, with the NASARR expansion, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  13. Version 1.0.0

    123 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of C-47B #959 of the Canadian Air Force, one of the CAF C-47's equipped with the nose of a Starfighter, to train pilots in the use of the new fighters nose radar. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 2, with the NASARR expansion, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  14. Version 3

    252 downloads

    This is a repaint for the Freeware Manfred Jahn Douglas C-47 V3.14, based on the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) VH-EAF/A65-94 C-47B. A65-94 was built in Oklahoma city as a C-47B-30-DK and was delivered to the USAF on 20 April 1945 registered as 44-76774.The aircraft was then delivered to the RAAF on 2 May 1945 as A65-94 with a domestic registration of ‘VH-RFK’ and served in 38, 36 and then 34 Squadrons. A65-94 finally went to the Aircraft Research and Development Unit (ARDU) in 1982 where she served until 1997. When A65-94 was decommissioned in 2000, the aircraft had flown a total of 14,600 hours and was 55 years old. She was acquired by HARS in July 2000 and flown from Edinburgh in Adelaide to Bankstown in Sydney, where she went through restoration and registration onto the domestic register as VH-EAF. Please read the included Readme for instructions on how to install this repaint. T To ensure you have the latest updates for this repaint, click on the "Follow this content" button in the top right of this page. Enjoy!
  15. Version

    373 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of C-47A N54705, built in 1942 as c/n #12844 serial 42-92983. The aircraft was used as an instrument laboratory for new innovations and wasn’t officially handed over to the USAAF until March 24, 1944. On March 16, 1946 the aircraft was sold as surplus to Pan American Airways and registered as N54705. The aircraft was used mostly on South American routes until June 19, 1960 when it was sold to Spantax S.A. of Spain. I have painted it in the Blue Ball Scheme it wore between 1957 and 1960 while with Pan Am. The aircraft was last seen as a derelict at Alicante, Spain.Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  16. Version

    179 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues as C-47A-20-DL c/n 9586 42-23424/A65-9 in the colors it wore when flying with RAAF 34 Sqn in Tarakan during 1945. After the war, it first flew with Qantas as VH-EAM, before being passed to several other owners in Australia and New Zealand. It flew with Classic Wings as VH-CWS from Jandakot until 2009 when it departed for Bankstown, NSW, where it was offered for sale in 2012. I do not know its current status. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 1.2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  17. Version

    149 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues as C-47A-20-DL c/n 9592 42-23730/A65-12 in the colors it wore when flying with RAAF 34 Sqn in Tarakan during 1945. It later became VH-TAN with TAA and finished its flying career in PNG as VH-MAS in the late '60's. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 1.2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  18. Version

    192 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of R4D-6S #50783 of the Dallas/Fort Worth wing of the Confederate Air Force. It's history can be read here: http://www.douglasdc3.com/r4d/r4d.htm. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 1.2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  19. Version

    268 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of C-47B 43-84767 "Long Way home" as it appears in the comic 'Angel Wings' by Yann and Hugault. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  20. Version

    206 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of C-47A 42-100721 'the Hiawatha', which carried the call sign VH-CFQ when flying for the 41st TCS/317th TCG in New Guinea in early 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  21. Version

    229 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the C-47 by Manfred Jahn in the colors of 'Growin'Pains', one of the aircraft of the 88th TCS/ 438th TCG as it may have looked during late 1944. I only had a picture of the noseart, so the registration is pure fantasy on my part. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  22. Version

    412 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the C-47 by Manfred Jahn in the colors of C-47A-45-DL c/n 13803 N345AB 'Whiskey Seven', owned by the National Warplane Museum in Geneseo,NY. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  23. Version

    170 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the freeware Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of PH-PBA. It was built as c/n 19434 and went to the 8th Air Force as 42-100971. She served among other during Operation Market Garden. After the war, she was obtained by Prince bernhard of the netherlands and registered as PH-PBA in 1946. In 1947, the Rijksluchtvaartdienst (RLD, Civil Aviation Authoroties) took her on charge, and from then on she served as the first Dutch Government aircraft, used mainly to fly the Dutch Royal family, often with Prince Bernhard as pilot. In 1961 she was replaced by a Fokker F-27, but continued to be used by the RLD, in the paintscheme presented here. In 1975, she was transferred to the Aviodome museum at Schiphol airport, where she stood outside for 20 years. Prince bernhard always loobied for a return to airworthiness for PH-PBA, and in 1995 she reappeared on the Dutch register. She is currently flying with the Dutch Dakota Association, in a combined KLM - Air France paintscheme. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 1.2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  24. Version

    306 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for version 2 of the freeware Douglas C-47 by Manfred Jahn and colleagues in the colors of C-47A-75-DL, c/n 19431 USAAF serial 42-100968, which flew with the 319th TCS/ 1st Air Commando Group in northern Burma during november 1944 in operation Grubworm, the airlift to China. She later took part in the feb '45 airlift to Meiktila and the may '45 airborne assault on Rangoon. After the war, she flew as VT-AUQ first with Air India and later with Kalinga Airlines. She crashed in 1965, while dropping supplies N of Mohanbari, India. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-47 version 1.2, based on the paintkit by Gman5250.
  25. Version

    481 downloads

    A repaint for the C-47 by Manfred Jahn in the colors of MATS 43-16062, which crashed at Isachsen weather station on Ellef Ringnes Island, Nunavut, Canada in 1949. The wreackage is still lying in this remote location. For more info: http://www.oldwings.nl/content/c47_yic/c47.htm.
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