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Lockheed EC-121 Constellation (VH-EAG)

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Temora Airshow Australia

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Julien Chartier
I would agree with you DPLemon
Jerrold Webber
This particular aircraft was delivered to the USAF on 10/6/1955 where it initially flew for MATS. It subsequently flew with the W.V. ANG, MISS. ANG, and finally for the S.C. ANG. It is obviously not an 'E' version, but was, and has always been a cargo/people hauler. My best guess for the 'E' is simply that it is a typo. Either way the Connie is the most beautifully designed planes of all time. (I spent 7 years on the 'H' model)
Stephen GardenerPhoto Uploader
I might agree when I put in the details I only put in Lockheed constellation, The system placed the rest of the details in?
gwapo santa
I remember these landing @ RAF Negombo 1960 (qantas)>> CEYLON SRI LANKA my father was OC flying RAF
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