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Hi, In one book and in Net I have found following photo described as photo of Douglas O2MC: However this this a bit different airplane then others O2MC, perhaps some late version? I know that there were different variants of O2MC from 1 up to MC 6 and MC 10 (http://en.valka.cz/topic/view/144969/Douglas-O-2MC) Please note rounded trailing edge of rudder (six blue strips are visible, so no rudder below horizontal tail, below rounded end of fuselage close to variant o38e, a somethinh like a tank in central part of upper wing (or at least higher profile). Can anybody help in judging what is here on this photo? Is it some O2 MC-10 or MC-6 or just something completly else? Cheers Jerzy-Wojtek