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The Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar (Navy and Marine Corps designation R4Q) was an American military transport aircraft developed from the World War II-era Fairchild C-82 Packet, designed to carry cargo, personnel, litter patients, and mechanized equipment, and to drop cargo and troops by parachute. The first C-119 made its initial flight in November 1947, and by the time production ceased in 1955, more than 1,100 C-119s had been built. Its cargo-hauling ability and unusual appearance earned it the nickname "Flying Boxcar".

Below is a list of airframes that survived military service.

48-0322  (D-15)
49-0132  (D-15)
49-0133  (?-76)
49-0157  (D-15)
49-0199  (D-15)
50-0128  (D-15)
51-2566  (D-15)
51-2675  (S-15)
51-2689  (D-15)
51-2700  (P-15)
51-2701  (D-15)
51-7985  (D-15)
51-8016  (D-15)
51-8024  (D-15)
51-8037  (D-15)
51-8060  (S-15)
51-8071  (D-15)
51-8074  (D-15)
51-8076  (??)
51-8079  (?)
51-8106  (D-15)
  51-8120  (D-15)
51-8121  (?)
51-8128  (?)
52-5840  (?)
52-5844  (D-15)
52-5846  (W-87)
52-5850  (D-15)
52-6020  (?)
52-6022  (?)
52-6029  (?)
53-3199  (?)
53-3200  (?)
53-3206  (W-80)
53-3216  (W-04)
53-3219  (?)
53-4646  (?)
53-7836  (S-15)
53-7870  (D-15)
53-7884  (W-81)
53-8084  (D-15)
53-8087  (D-15)
  53-8151  (D-15)
Bu. 131664  (?-14)
Bu. 131669  (W-83)
Bu. 131673  (D-15)
Bu. 131677  (D-15)
Bu. 131679  (D-15)
Bu. 131688  (D-15)
Bu. 131690  (?-13)
Bu. 131695  (S-15)
Bu. 131700  (?-04)
Bu. 131708  (D-15)
RCAF 22107  (D-15)
RCAF 22114  (?)
RCAF 22118  (D-15)
RCAF 22122  (D-15)
ROCAF 3158  (?)



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