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Douglas DC-3 Dakota in Burma in 1944.

Dakota in Burma, 1944

Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3) aircraft picture

Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3) aircraft picture

Brand new Douglas C-47s ('Skytrain') on the tarmac at an unidentified air field in North Carolina. One of the most successful airplane types in aviation history, the C-47, known as the "Dakota" (RAF designation) was an evolution of the DC-3 civilian airliner. More than 10,000 "Dakotas" were produced during WW2 and the plane remained in service with many air forces well into the 1960s.

Brand new Douglas ('Skytrain') on the tarmac at an unidentified air field…

High quality photo of 9Q-CUK (CN: 16697) Vallentuna Aviation Club Douglas C-47B Skytrain by Mikhail Gorichev

High quality photo of (CN: Vallentuna Aviation Club Douglas Skytrain by Mikhail Gorichev

Douglas AC-47 "Spooky" gunship (aka "Puff the Magic Dragon") Vietnam era development of the long serving DC-3/Dakota/C-47 etc lineage, at  Gathering of Warbirds & Legends, Topeka, Kansas, 2013.

Douglas "Spooky" gunship (aka "Puff the Magic Dragon") Vietnam era development of the long serving etc lineage, at Gathering of Warbirds & Legends, Topeka, Kansas,

Douglas DC-3 Dakota

The Dakota was used on SAA"s internal route from This example is from the Historic Flight collection.(PhotoCopyright: Snorre and Airliners.

"Douglas DC-3 Dakota Owners' Workshop Manual" by Paul Blackah

Douglas Dakota Owners' Workshop Manual: An insight into owning, flying, and maintaining the revolutionary American transport aircraft

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