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TEXAN/41-33308



Serial #: 41-33308
Construction #:
  88-9868
Civil Registration:
  None
  Model(s):
  AT-6C-1-NT
  Harvard Mk. IIA
Name: None
Status: Airworthy
Last info: 2008

History:
Built for USAAF as 41-33308, 19??.
Transferred to RAF as EX335, 19??.
Delivered directly to SAAF as 7072, November 2, 1942.
- Arrived at Cape Town aboard the SS Robin Adair.
- Assembled at 9 Air Depot Brooklyn, Cape Town.
- Assigned to 27 Air Depot Bloemspruit, Jan 6, 1943.
- Transferred to 2 Air Depot Kimberley for long term storage, November 13, 1945.
- Transferred to Baragwanath Auxiliary Air Training Wing 2 Flight, April 6, 1948.
- Transferred to Ysterplaat, July 28, 1952.
- Transferred to Langebaanweg (AOS), June 7, 1955.
- Transferred to 6 Squadron Port Elizabeth, June 4, 1956.
- Transferred to Central Flying School, Dunnotter, March 5, 1959.
- Transferred to 5 Squadron, Durban, April 4, 1960.
- Transferred to 15 Air Depot Swartkop, April 16, 1962.
- Transferred to Central Flying School, Dunnotter, July 13, 1962.
- Transferred to Langebaanweg (AOS), Aug 2, 1962.
- Transferred to 6 Squadron, Port Elizabeth, April 3, 1967.
- Transferred to 7 Squadron, Ysterplaat, Oct 15, 1970.
- Transferred to Central Flying School Dunnotter, Feb 8, 1977.
— Converted to Mk IV, 1989-1990.
- Transferred to Central Flying School Langebaanweg,Dec 24, 1992.
SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Jan 29, 1996-2008.
— Airframe time, 8703 flying hours.
— Placed in storage SAAF Museum, May 12, 2001.
— Airframe time, 8775 flying hours

Source(s):
Goodall, Geoff - Warbirds Directory-4th Edition, 2003.
South Africa Air Force
Photo Source(s):
None

Research Assistance:
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