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N907TK at Talkeetna.
Photo:Fred Wallis © 23 April 2017
N907TK at Anchorage.
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Photo: Ben Cogger © 17 April 2017
N324WB looking prim.
Photo: Chuck Stewart © November 2001 - Aird Archives
N324WB of Arctic Bee Construction.
Photo: Chuck Stewart © July 1999 - Aird Archives
N324WB with two blade prop and large registration at Falcon Field, Arizona.
Photo: J. A. Morrow © 10 February 1998 - Aird Archives
N250YP at Oshkosh Seaplane base, Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin.
Photo: Unknown photographer © August 1993 - Aird Archives
51-16793 after being with Kirtland Community College.
Photo: Terrance Wilds © September 1979
51-16793 from both sides.
Photos: Leo J. Kohn © Date unknown - Ian M. Macdonald Collection

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51-16793 • N608PD • N250YP • N324WB

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51-16793 US Army #1067. L20A No: 68. Command A-2. Delivered 15-May-1952. Built as L-20A and re-designated U-6A in 1962. Date terminated Jun-1969.

.Airworthiness Cert: 12-May-1972.

N608PD Nassau County Police Department. Circa. May 1975.

N608PD Nassau County Consolidated Office, Minneola, Long Island, NY. Regn date currently unknown.

N608PD Cradle of Aviation Museum, Mitchell Field / Garden City, NY. Canx Mar-1988.

N250YP Matt E Lawson, Gobles, Michigan. Circa. 1979.

N250YP Safe Flight 21 Product Team / And-510 / Robert D. Smith, Washington, DC.

Note: Safe Flight 21 is/was a cooperative Government/Industry effort to evaluate enhanced capabilities for Free Flight based on evolving Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) technologies. Safe Flight 21 was designed to demonstrate the in-cockpit display of traffic, weather, and terrain information for pilots and to provide improved information for controllers. The new technologies on which this program is based include Global Positioning System (GPS), Automated Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B), Flight Information Services (FIS), Traffic Information Service - Broadcast (TIS-B), and their integration with enhanced pilot and controller information displays. Safe Flight 21 was set up to evaluate the safety, service, and procedures improvements that these technologies make possible. The purpose of the Master Plan was to present a Safe Flight 21 plan for incrementally specifying, developing, and evaluating the operational enhancements called for in the RTCA Joint Government/Industry Roadmap.

N324WB Arctic Bee Construction Inc., Anchorage, AK. Regd 23-Sep-1996.

• N907TK Kevin Greenfield Trustee, Anchorage, AK • Regd 14-Feb-2017.

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