Caribous (C-7A) returned to the Army

The newest data/photos are shown in red - September 2, 2012

 

0-05430 (cn 20)

<<< Missouri AVCRAD  0-05430 (cn  20). date and location unknown (AOCA archives)

>>> Caribous 0-05430 (registered as N6154Z - cn 20) and 0-12392 (registered as N6154S - cn 50) ex- Missouri ANG AVCARD aircraft now owned by Museum of Naval Aviation in storage at NAS- Lakehurst, NJ. (Howard Mcgoldrick - 2/28/01)

Caribou 0-05430 (registered as N6154Z - cn 20) ex- Missouri ANG AVCARD aircraft now owned by Museum of Naval Aviation in storage at NAS- Lakehurst, NJ. (Howard Mcgoldrick - 2/28/01)

 

0-002389 (cn 46)

<<< 0-02389 (cn 46) Assigned to Mississippi Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot (AVCRAD) at Gulfport, MS on 3/21/90. (Tom Hildreth)  
Caribou 0-02389 (cn  46) was delivered to the U.S. Army on 2/62. In the early 90's it was assigned to Army's Mississippi Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot (AVCRAD). These photos where taken in 1991 as it was at a North Carolina Army National Guard facility. Thanks to Kim Flora for providing these photos.

U.S. Army Mississippi Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot (AVCRAD) Caribou aircraft (0-02389 (cn  46)  photo were taken in 1990 an provided by Kim Flora.  

 

0-12392 (cn 50)

Missouri AVCRAD  0-12392 (cn # 50). date and location unknown (AOCA archives)

Caribou 0-12392 (registered as N6154S - cn 50) ex- Missouri ANG AVCARD aircraft now owned by Museum of Naval Aviation in storage at NAS- Lakehurst, NJ. (Howard Mcgoldrick - 2/28/01)

<<< Caribous 0-12392 (registered as N6154S - cn 50) and 0-05430 (registered as N6154Z - cn 20)  ex- Missouri ANG AVCARD aircraft now owned by Museum of Naval Aviation in storage at NAS- Lakehurst, NJ. (Howard Mcgoldrick - 2/28/01)  

 

62-4146 (cn 81)

62-4146  (cn 81)  assigned to the Puerto Rico National Guard in 1983 operating in Panama. (Thanks to William Palmer who was assigned to USAFR 79MAPS, 700TAS out of Dobbins AFB, GA)

0-04188 (cn 130)

<<< 0-04188 (c/n # 130) Former Connecticut Army National Guard Caribou now on display at the New England Air Museum. At Windsor Locks (Hartford / Springfield) - Bradley International (BDL / KBDL)  Connecticut, June 20, 2005. (Gary Chambers

>>> 0-04188 (c/n # 130) (Ex Army 62-4188) at the New England Air Museum on January 5, 2010 (Carlos Ay - (Aeromilitaria Argentina)

<<< Caribou # 0-04188 (c/n # 130) on display at the New England Air Museum at Bradley Airport

>>> 62-4188 (c/n #130) Assigned to Connecticut Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot (AVCRAD) loading helo engines at Concord, NH on 2/2/83. (Tom Hildreth)

0-04188 (cn 130) was flown to the Bradley International Airport, Connecticut in September 1991. This was last official flight of any C-7 in the U.S. military service. Photo taken on May 3, 2007 by Paul Robbins     

 

63-9719  (cn 150)

63-9719 (c/n # 150) in flight with 2 U21 Command planes at the 1990 Armed Forces Day Celebration at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL (Don Bates Jr.)

<<< 63-9719 (cn #150) was transferred back to the Army Missile Command at Redstone Airfield, Huntsville, AL on 6/88. Prior it was in storage at MASDC - Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ from 7/15/83 to 6/88. It was removed from service on 5/17/91.  (Via Don Bates Jr.)

 

63-9719 (c/n # 150) on display at the English Field Air and Space Museum in Amarillo, Texas. Thanks to Scott Kordes for these great photos taken on May 20, 2005. This Caribou was turned over on May 20, 1991 from the Army's Missile Command at Redstone, AL.

A couple of photos of 63-9719 with Volunteer Jim Merrick on display at the Texas Air and Space Museum in Amarillo, Texas. These photos were in the Amarillo Globe News on July 13, 2011

 

0-39737 (cn 182)

U.S. Army Mississippi Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot (AVCRAD) Caribou aircraft ( 0-39737 (cn  182). Photo were taken in 1990 an provided by Kim Flora.

 

<<< 39737 (cn 182) Mississippi Army National guard at Gulfport. Mississippi 3-28-84 (Tom Hildreth)  

 

63-9747 (cn 201)

<<< 63-9747 (cn 201)  Puerto Rico Army National Guard. Sitting outside of the  Army Museum at Santiago Army Base, Salinas, Puerto Rico.  7/22/06   (Carlos Aleman)

 

 

0-39765 (cn 232)

<<<< 0-39765 (cn 232) with it's Golden Knights paint job and 0-39718 (cn 149) in the background at U.S. Army's California National Guard base at Fresno, California.  September 30, 1990

(R.A. Scholefield)

 

 

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