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ian mcdonell
very nice photo thanks Gary
jobeard
RD-4 variant
chalet
@jobeard, how do you know that this is a Navy plane, if it is then the correct type is R4D
cliff731
Placid Lassie is 100% C-47 and was flown by the USAAF during WWII...

http://tunisonfoundation.org/c-47-placid-lassie.html

Joe Baugher's published information adds this a/c was built by Douglas as a "C-47A-40-DL" with MSN 9926, "Delivered to USAAF 26Jul43", and was assigned USAAF s/n 42-24064.

http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1942_1.html

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