Skip to main content
sales@mediastorehouse.co.uk
Home > Images Dated > 2021 > January > 8 Jan 2021

Images Dated 8th January 2021

Choose from 146 pictures in our Images Dated 8th January 2021 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


United States Marine Corps - Douglas C-117D Skytrain 50835 Featured 8 Jan 2021 Print

United States Marine Corps - Douglas C-117D Skytrain 50835

United States Marine Corps - Douglas C-117D Skytrain 50835 (msn 43321, unit code WZ, call-sign 835') in 1963-65(WZ is tail-code for AIRFMFPAC - Air Fleet Marine Force, Pacific) Built for the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) as C-47B-DK (msn 15553 - 26998). January 1945 to United States Navy as R4D-6 50835.1950s: Modified to R4D-8 with new msn 43321 and redesignated C-117D in 1962. December 1979 : withdrawn from use at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan. Sep85: registered as N835TD The last C-117D to serve with USMC, it was on static display at MCAS Miramar, CA., and seen at the Marine Corps Museum, MCAS El Toro CA., on 13 March 1993. Date: circa 1964

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Georgia Air National Guard - Boeing C-97G Stratofreighter Featured 8 Jan 2021 Print

Georgia Air National Guard - Boeing C-97G Stratofreighter

Georgia Air National Guard - Boeing C-97G-135-BO Stratofreighter 52-0925 at Baltimore. Built as a KC-97G-23-BO and converted to C-97G for service with the Georgia ANG. To Balair Air Lines in Switzerland in 1969 as HB-ILX and operated by Balair for the Red Cross - Foundation for Airborne Relief in the Biafran Air Lift. (very odd, seems it was still on the USAF's books!!) To MASDC on 2 May 1970, declared excess 27 May 1970 and scrapped. Date: 1963

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

United States Air Force - Consolidated XC-99 43-52436 Featured 8 Jan 2021 Print

United States Air Force - Consolidated XC-99 43-52436

United States Air Force - Consolidated XC-99 First flight 23 November 1947. Flew from San Antonio, Texas to Frankfurt, Germany via Bermuda and the Azores on maiden transatlantic flight and first stop outside USA on 12 August 1953, returning on 19 August, 1953.Following its retirement due to metal fatigue, the XC-99 was placed on public display at Kelly Air Force Base near San Antonio, Texas. Eventually the air-plane deteriorated and in 1993 was donated to the USAF Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio. Disassembly of the aircraft began at Kelly Field in April 2004. By the summer of 2008, the XC-99 had been transferred to Dayton. The aircraft was moved again in 2012 to Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson for storage in the dry desert environment to prevent any further corrosion, waiting until funding for restoration is available. Date: 1950s

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans