This plane was received by RCAF as #9300 in '51 from the USAF. It was SOC Nov '60. Registered as N6313T. Owned by many people and raced under several numbers until '01 when Olympic Jet Inc of Olympia, WA operated plane as 413926/E2-S/American Beauty.
VSSU "Sea Wolves". Was the last S3 off the assembly line. Upgraded to S-3B late '80s. Transferred to NASA early '00s, registered as N601NA. Used for icing research. Well photo'd in NASA white/blue colors.
In colors of VMF-214 "Black Sheep". Used in TV Series "Baa Baa Black Sheep". Owned by John Schafhausen of Spokan, WA. In early '80s sold to Brian Fowler of Camrose, AB and registered C-GWFH. "Albert Blue" painted on nose on forward fuselage
Delivered to Royal Danish Air Force April '76. A few of several photos are June '02 in Nancy, France; Aug '03 in Poznan, Poland; March '04 in Aalborg, Denmark and during SIKU '08 at Karup Air Base. Still active duty as of Aug '10.
Originally build as F-8B, converted to L model. Arrived at AMARC Feb '71, from USMC reserves NAS Atlanta, GA. July '74 SOC and April '91 was salvaged and ended up at China Lake. Nov '97 main fuselage photo'd @ China Lake.
US serial 51-7632. Converted to Fennec #1 by the French. Plane spent time with Moroccan air force as CNA-EP then became HR-226A with Honduran, air force in '78. '89-'93 owned by David Sowerby of Manchester, NH. Owner trans to Warbird Aircraft, LLC.
Airframe is actually 45-11507. The owner was Gene Stocker of State College, PA in civil reg as N921. '79 was sold to Weeks Air Museum in Florida. '92 plane was damaged in Hurricane Andrew. '99 restoration completed. '99 Grand Champion at Oshkosh, WI.
Air Force Communication Service. Trans to 924th TALG, Bergstrom, AFB TEX. May '76 to AMARC as CF012. '90 to HP1162. To N9539G Oct '90. To N3226B to Mexican civil registry as XA-RSH. Possibly part of "Great Plane Robery", drug cartels buying cargo planes.
181 Air Refuling Sqn, TAG. Originally built as G model. Transferred to AMARC as CH0596, June '97. In Jan '83, civil reg N13658 was issued to Henet Valley Flying Service of Henet, CA. Recent photo show an engine-less, derelict hulk.