c/n 3179 – 3205

c/n 3179

GB-2 BuNo.12345/”MN-II” 1942-..-.. mfd
1942-10-06 U.S. Navy
194.-..-.. Miami NAS (FL)
194.-..-.. San Diego NAS/SO (CA)
194.-..-.. Miami NAS/SO (FL)
194.-..-.. Glenview NAS/A&R (IL)
194.-..-.. Miami NAS (FL)
194.-..-.. Jacksonville NAS/Chief NAAT (FL)
1946-12-31 stricken
D17S NC236 1948-..-.. CAA
1949-..-.. sold to a private owner
1955-12-08 CoA
1965-..-.. restored
1966-..-.. R. Leaver, Schererville (IN)
N236E 1971-..-.. Wings Machinery Corporation, Wheeling (IL)
1972-02-10 Stephen Cooper, Fairbanks (AK) rebuilt
1976-10-30 en route from Fairbanks (AK) to Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada the pilot decided a precautionary landing at Northway (AK) but landed hard in ice-conditions, ice on the airframe and a slippery RWY
NC263 1999-08-09 before this date to Stephen Cooper, Fairbanks (AK)

 

c/n 3180

GB-2 BuNo. 12346 1942-..-.. mfd
1942-10-11 U.S. Navy
194.-..-.. Cherry Point MCAS/SO (NC)
194.-..-.. Glenview NAS (IL)
194.-..-.. Cherry Point MCAS (NC)
1946-09-30 stricken
D17S NC65913 fate unknown

 

c/n 3181

GB-2 BuNo. 12347 1942-..-.. mfd
1942-10-06 U.S. Navy
194.-..-.. Corpus Christi NAS (TX)
194.-..-.. Mexico City Naval Attache
194.-..-.. Corpus Christi NAS/VMU/NAPT (TX)
1946-06-30 stricken
D17S NC75729 1955-..-.. Roy Rock, Roseville (MI) fate unknown

 

c/n 3182

GB-2 BuNo. 12348 1942-..-.. mfd
1942-10-10 U.S. Navy
194.-..-.. Pensacola NAS (FL)
194.-..-.. Kansas City NRAB/NAPT (KS)
194.-..-.. Flatley Field, Olathe NAS (KS)
194.-..-.. Flatley Field, Olathe NAS/NAPT (KS)
1944-05-31 stricken

 

c/n 3183

GB-2 BuNo. 12349 1942-..-.. mfd
1942-11-18 U.S. Navy
194.-..-.. Inspector of Naval Aircraft Beechcraft
194.-..-.. Pensacola NAS (FL)
194.-..-.. Kansas City NRAB/NAPT (KS)
194.-..-.. Anacostia NAS (DC)
194.-..-.. Naval Air Facility – SEV
194.-..-.. Philadelphia NAF Atlantic (PA)
194.-..-.. Naval Air Facility – SEU
194.-..-.. Bethpage Test – Bureau of Aeronautics Representative (NY)
194.-..-.. Flatley Field, Olathe NAS/NAPT (KS)
194.-..-.. New Orleans NAS/NAPT (LA)
1944-10-31 stricken

 

c/n 3184

GB-2 BuNo. 12350 1942-..-.. mfd
1942-10-17 U.S. Navy
194.-..-.. Norfolk NAS (VA)
194.-..-.. Kansas City NRAB/NAPT (KS)
194.-..-.. Bunker Hill NAS/NAPT/SO (IN)
194.-..-.. Glenview NAS (IL)
1946-09-30 stricken
D17S N322H 1956-10-25 CoA
1963-..-.. Dr. B. Meckel, Burwell (NE)
1964-09-22 ground-looped and gear collapsed at Burwell (NE) damaged the lower left truss landing gear and lower wing, due to brake line tube improperly flared, overload failure
1965-06-10 J. R. Smith, O’Neill (NE)
1965-06-21 Smitty’s Aircraft Services Inc, O’Neill (NE)
1979-..-.. dismantled & rebuilding
1991-..-.. A. J. Smith, Wichita (KS)
199.-..-.. Smitty’s Aircraft Services Inc, O’Neill (NE)

 

c/n 3185

GB-2 BuNo. 12351 1942-..-.. mfd
1942-11-02 U.S. Navy
194.-..-.. Norfolk NAS/SO (VA)
194.-..-.. Cape May NAS/SO (NJ)
194.-..-.. Glenview NAS/A&R (IL)
194.-..-.. Cape View
194.-..-.. Glenview NAS (IL)
194.-..-.. accident, pilot error
1946-04-30 stricken

 

c/n 3186

c/n 3186 CF-HSK operating on floats in the ’50’s from Whitehorse, here showing Yukon pilot Harry Gordon Cooper, by The Robert B. Cameron Collection © received via John Faulkner

GB-2 BuNo. 12352 1942-..-.. mfd
1942-10-21 U.S. Navy
194.-..-.. Norfolk NAS (VA)
194.-..-.. Alameda NAS (CA)
194.-..-.. Seattle NAS/Carrier Aircraft Service Unit 7 (WA)
194.-..-.. Carrier Aircraft Service Unit 50
194.-..-.. Glenview NAS (IL)
194.-..-.. Seattle NAS/Carrier Aircraft Service Unit 7 (WA)
194.-..-.. Ticonderoga NAS (NY)
194.-..-.. Yorktown NAAS (VA)
194.-..-.. Bunker Hill NAS (IN)
194.-..-.. Seattle NAS/Carrier Aircraft Service Unit 7 (WA)
1946-01-03 wfu
1946-07-31 stricken
D17S N63475 195.-..-.. A. M. Hubbard, Seattle (WA)
SD17S CF-HSK 1954-06-30 Pacific Western Airlines, Vancouver, British Columbia
1955-07-28 Tri-Tyro Syndicate, Canada
1965-08-13 J. F. Bergeron, Whitehorse, Yukon
196.-..-.. damaged on hitting dock while taxiing at Whitehorse on the Yukon River
1966-..-.. D. Harrington, St. Albert, Alberta, rebuilt
Mike Hackman, Edmonton, Alberta
1971-..-.. start rebuilt
1991-..-.. for sale, not registered, title unclear. Basket case: the fuselage left derelict in a field, the wings are gone
1998-04-07 registration cancelled
2013-02-17 Frank Braspennincx, Hulst (Netherlands)
2016-..-.. Ewald Gritsch, Rare Birds Aviation Ltd, Austria/Hungary

c/n 3186 CF-HSK at Lakelse (BC) in 1954
photo via E. Derek Styles © (Pacific Western Alumni website) via John Faulkner

c/n 3186 CF-HSK also was later covered with a (Loening?) yellow fabric, by Robert B Cameron Collection © via John Faulkner
Bob Cameron is the autor of the book “Yukon Wings”, a treasure with hundreds of photos about the early aviation in the Yukon

 

c/n 3187

UC-43B-BH 42-38682 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-15 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-12-17 Newark AAF (NJ)
Traveller Mk1 FL661 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3188

UC-43B-BH 42-38683 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-23 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-12-.. Newark AAF (NJ)
Traveller Mk1 FL662 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3189

UC-43B-BH 42-38665 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-18 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-21 flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-01-14 China

 

c/n 3190

UC-43B-BH 42-38666 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-14 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-21 flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-01-14 China

 

c/n 3191

UC-43B-BH 42-38667 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-18 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-.. flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-02-04 China

 

c/n 3192

UC-43B-BH 42-38668 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-23 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-.. flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-02-04 China

 

c/n 3193

UC-43B-BH 42-38669 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-13 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-25 flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-01-14 China

 

c/n 3194

UC-43B-BH 42-38670 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-23 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-25 flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-01-14 China

 

c/n 3195

UC-43B-BH 42-38671 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-14 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-21 flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-01-14 China

 

c/n 3196

UC-43B-BH 42-38672 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-20 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-27 flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-02-04 China

 

c/n 3197

UC-43B-BH 42-38673 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-11-24 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-11-.. flown to Newark AAF (NJ)
1943-02-04 China

 

c/n 3198

UC-43B-BH 42-38684 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-16 U.S. Army Air Force
1942-12-27 Newark AAF (NJ)
Traveller Mk1 FL663 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3199

UC-43B-BH 42-38685 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-31 U.S. Army Air Force
Traveller Mk1 FL664 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3200

UC-43B-BH 42-38686 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-31 U.S. Army Air Force
Traveller Mk1 FL665 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3201

UC-43B-BH 42-38687 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-31 U.S. Army Air Force
Traveller Mk1 FL666 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3202

UC-43B-BH 42-38688 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-31 U.S. Army Air Force
Traveller Mk1 FL667 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3203

UC-43B-BH 42-38689 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-31 U.S. Army Air Force
1943-01-22 Newark AAF (NJ)
Traveller Mk1 FL668 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3204

UC-43B-BH 42-38690 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-31 U.S. Army Air Force
1943-01-.. Newark AAF (NJ)
Traveller Mk1 FL669 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.

 

c/n 3205

UC-43B-BH 42-38691 1942-..-.. mfd, contract W535-ac-DA.1042
1942-12-31 U.S. Army Air Force
Traveller Mk1 FL670 1943-03-31 Royal Air Force
1943-04-20 departed New York
1943-05-29 Lost on SS Agwimonte which was torpedoed by U-177 (Commander Robert Gysae) en route Cape Town – Durban – Suez as part of convoy CD20, and sunk at 34.57 South and 19.33 East (off Quoin point, Cape Province, South Africa) at a depth between 115-130 meters. First torpedo attacks were before midnight on the 28th, sunk at 1:10h on the 29th.