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c/n 994
N450DB in the air.
Photos: Peter Wilcoxsom © 25 June 2012
N450DB on Lake Washington.
Photo: Unknown photographer © 20 June 2012 - Peter Pathe Collection
N450DB at Price Municipal - PUC, Utah.
Photo: Peter Pathe © 23 November 2011
C-GJEQ at Trout Lake in the Fall.
Photos: Andy Cline © 14 October 1991 - Top: Michael J. Ody Collection - Lower: Aird Archives
C-GJEQ at CYYB - North Bay, Ontario.
Photo: Andy Cline © 03 March 1991 - Michael J. Ody Collection
C-GJEQ properly attired for winter.
Photo: Keith Fox © March 1988
N211WW being used as a jump ship at Indiantown, Florida.
Photos: Unknown photographers © 1983 (top) and 1981 - Paul Poppenhager Collection
55-4601 of Georgia National Guard at Fresno.
Photo: Duane Kasulka © December 1965 - Wayne Mutza Collection

c/n 994

55-4601  N211WW  C-GJEQ  C-GAWU N118MD

N450DB (2)*

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Delivered 06-Nov-1956.

55-4601 US ARMY • # 1640 • L-20 No: 641 • Command A-9.

N211WW * see notes below

C-FJEQ regd Jan-1988.

• J. S. Redpath Holdings Ltd., North Bay, ON.

• Air North Bay Inc., Trout Lake / North Bay, ON.

• Regd 06-Jul-1990 and regd 30-Sep-1991.

C-GAWU Air Wimindji Inc., Aeroport La Grande, La Grand Riviere, QC.

• Regd 01-Jun-1993 Canx 07-Jan-1997.

Investissement Thabet Aviation International Inc.. Ste-Foy, QC.

• Regd 07-Jan-1997.

• A/W 08-Mar-1997.

• N118MD Parker Drilling Offshore USA LLC., Houston, TX.

• Regd 14-Nov-2002

N450DB (2) Hudson Flight Ltd LLC., Pampa, TX • Regd 25-Jan-2007.

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• Peter Pathe, Kirkland, WA • Regd 03-Jan-2012.

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Notes on N211WW: These comments came from Paul on 02 July 2007.

Hi, my name is Paul Poppenhager from Old Town, Florida. I purchased (N211WW) from the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol) at Maxwell AFB., on 1-5-1979 for the sum of $26,500.00.

I flew her over 1,000hrs., mostly hauling Sky Divers. I sold her in 1987 and delivered her to North Bay, Ontario, Canada.

Out of the 40 or so aircraft I have owned, the Beaver was the best by far, and I still regret selling her.

Great site and thanks for the memories.

 Paul