c/n 354 – 363

c/n 354

D17S PP-TGE 1939-..-.. mfd
1939-10-04 Señor Assis de Chateaubriand, Rio de Janeiro / Santos, Brasil
Agencia Maridional Ltda
1955-08-18 CoA expired

 

c/n 355

D17S NC239Y 1939-..-.. mfd
1939-10-18 C. C. Cross, NewYork City (NY)
UC-43B-BH 42-46905 1942-04-18 U.S. Army Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington (DC)
194.-..-.. Scott Field (IL)
194.-..-.. Winston-Salem (NC)
194.-..-.. Morris Field (NC)
1942-09-27 accident at Scott Fiels (IL)
1943-06-25 CAA for delivery to Region 2, Atlanta AAB (GA)
D17S N334E 194.-..-.. CAA, Washington (DC)
1946-..-.. stored
1951-12-.. Donald L. Darrow, Wheaton (IL)
1956-05-03 CoA
NC334E 1957-..-.. Harry C. Sorenson, Yellowknife, NWT, Canada
C-GXQN 1979-..-.. Harry C. Sorenson, Yellowknife, NWT, restoration, stored
NC239Y 1991-..-.. Michael J. Wittmann, Franklin (AR)
1993-04-23 registered to him

 

c/n 356

D17A NC21906 1939-11-01 mfd
1940-02-24 W. E. BrownJr, Tulsa (OK)
1940-..-.. Hazel H. Brown
1940-..-.. to 1946-..-.. Shell Aviation, New York City (NY) painted Stinson Green, fate unknown

 

c/n 357

c/n 357 NC20778 at the factory late 1939, with Clayton Grace at the left, via David Grace ©


on the same day, by Clayton Grace © received from his son David Grace


c/n 357 as it was discovered at its crash site a few years ago, it is now being rebuilt to its original Antarctic Service Expedition condition, photo received from owner Cam Hawley ©

D17A NC20778 1939-10-31 mfd, painted Galetea Orange wings and horizontal tail, Stearman Vermillion fuselage and vertical tail with black markings and Beech-bird, fitted with instruments for blind-flying, aerial photography and scientific research like cosmic ray surveys
1939-11-01 Research Foundation of the Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago (IL) and accepted by USMC Technical Sergeant Theodore A. “Ted” Petras, Birmingham (AL)
skis mounted at the NAF, Philadelphia (PA) and picked up by the expedition’s ships
1940-01-26 used in Antarctic Service Expedition, “U. S. Antarctic Service”-titels, plans for transport on top of the Pullman Snow-Cruiser were abandoned, over 60 sorties flown by Petras from West Base (“Little America III”): testing & calibrating the ADF homing device, photographic and mapping sorties, high‑altitude flights up to 21,000 feet recording cosmic ray activity, and picking up the crew of USMC R4C‑1 BuNo. 9584 which had forced‑landed at 78°30 S, 157°30 W due to engine failure
1941-01-31 loaded aboard USS North Star for its return
(VH-AFP) 1941-08-16 Mr. E. J. Connellan, Alice Springs for charter work, but befor he could use it, it was impressed into:
A39-2 1942-07-27 Royal Australian Air Force, 2 AP
1942-08-03 2 CF
1942-09-04 3 CF
1942-12-22 5 AD
1942-12-27 ANA
1943-01-04 3 CF
1944-05-04 2 CRD used as navigation escorts for P-40
VH-AFP 1946-03-.. E. J. Connellan, Alice Springs
1951-08-.. wfu and cancelled
1956-04-.. restored
1957-11-.. Connellan Airways
1962-01-06 noted at Moorabbin
1963-12-22 take-off accident at Springton, Queensland, struck a tree while aerial seeding, killing the pilot in the crash and the Stag was destroyed by fire
200.-..-.. rediscovered at the crash site by Cam Hawley, salvaged, and in the process of rebuilding to original US Antarctic Service condition using parts of c/n 3108 VH-FNS

 

c/n 358

D17A NC20788 1939-11-17 mfd, fuselage & lower wing panels painted Consolidated Blue, upper sides in Army/Navy Yellow
D1Be205 1939-12-10 Marinha do Brasil (Brazilian Navy) Minister, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
CAN-Correio Aereo Naval (Brazilian Navy Air Mail Service) for Postal Aircraft Group of the Southern Routes
1941-01-20 CAN merged with Correio Aereo Militar (CAM – Army Air Mail) to Correio Aereo Nacional (CAN)
FAB-02 (1) 1941-01-20 Força Aérea Brasileira (Brazilian Air Force)
UC-43-BH 2665 Força Aérea Brasileira (Brazilian Air Force)
1950-12-22 dbr

 

c/n 359

D17A NX20794 1939-..-.. mfd, fuselage & lower wing panels painted Consolidated Blue, upper sides in Army/Navy Yellow
D1Be206 1939-12-10 Marinha do Brasil (Brazilian Navy) Minister, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
CAN-Correio Aereo Naval (Brazilian Navy Air Mail Service) for Postal Aircraft Group of the Southern Routes
1940-06-21 crashed in the State of Rio Grande do Sul, total loss

 

c/n 360

D17A NX20796 1939-..-.. mfd, fuselage & lower wing panels painted Consolidated Blue, upper sides in Army/Navy Yellow
D1Be207 1939-12-10 Marinha do Brasil (Brazilian Navy) Minister, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
CAN-Correio Aereo Naval (Brazilian Navy Air Mail Service) for Postal Aircraft Group of the Southern Routes
1941-01-20 CAN merged with Correio Aereo Militar (CAM – Army Air Mail) to Correio Aereo Nacional (CAN)
FAB-01 (1) 1941-01-20 Força Aérea Brasileira (Brazilian Air Force)
UC-43-BH 2664 Força Aérea Brasileira (Brazilian Air Force)
D17A (PT-CBT) allotted but ntu, fate unknown

 

c/n 361

D17A NX21901 1939-..-.. mfd, fuselage & lower wing panels painted Consolidated Blue, upper sides in Army/Navy Yellow
D1Be208 1939-12-10 Marinha do Brasil (Brazilian Navy) Minister, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
CAN-Correio Aereo Naval (Brazilian Navy Air Mail Service) for Postal Aircraft Group of the Southern Routes
1941-01-20 CAN merged with Correio Aereo Militar (CAM – Army Air Mail) to Correio Aereo Nacional (CAN)
FAB-03 (1) 1941-01-20 Força Aérea Brasileira (Brazilian Air Force)
UC-43-BH 2666 Força Aérea Brasileira (Brazilian Air Force)
1959-01-23 struck off charge

 

c/n 362

D17S NC900 (2) 1939-..-.. mfd
1939-12-01 Frank L. Battan, Wilmington (DE) as replacement for c/n 205
UC-43B-BH 42-38359 1942-03-15 impressed into U.S. Army Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington (DC)
194.-..-.. Mitchell AAF (SD)
194.-..-.. Fort Dix AAB (NJ)
194.-..-.. Scott Field (IL)
194.-..-.. McDill AFB (AZ)
194.-..-.. Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee (FL)
194.-..-.. Warner-Robbins AFB (GA)
1944-02-02 condemned
1944-12-13 given to Spartan School of Aeronautics, Tulsa (OK)

 

c/n 363

D17A NC21905 1939-..-.. mfd
1940-01-03 Texaco Oil Co, Dallas / San Antonio (TX) named “Texaco Red” painted with teardrop design on landing gear doors and scalloped paint on the rudder
1946-..-.. J. M. English, Houston (TX)
D. Gill , Oklahoma City (OK)
D17S N21905 1966-..-.. Jackie Yoes, Stigler (OK) dismantled
196.-..-.. B. Jensen, Crystal Bay (NV)
1969-..-.. for sale, parts to c/n 4815
2009-07-14 cancelled, FAA noted Jackie Yoes as last registered owner