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Is it possible to trace An aircraft history from its serial number ?

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I'm trying to find the history of a Dakota IV serial KN555 that served at some point with 10 squadron.

 

Can anyone point me in the right direction ?

 

Phil

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In times like this it is surprising what you can find on the net just using google. As this aircraft was used by the Belgian Air Force google gives you this if you then goolge by the Belgian serial;

 

K34 c/n 33167/16419 USAAF-Serial: 44-76835 RAF-Serial: KN555
Call-sign: OT-CNU

300445: delivered USAAF

250545: to RAF Montreal as KN555

010645: to RAF UK

200945: ACSEA 10Sqn

151247: Med M East

250348: RAF No 204 Sqn

120548: RAF No 70 Sqn

111148: stored

141249: 12th MU

150250: transferred to Belgian Air Force

000000: 15Wing-20Sqn (OT-CNU)

101052: returned USAF/MAAG

091052: to Armée de l'Air as 76835

100969: to Aeronavale as 735/F-YEGB, operated by Servitude 56S

000082: struck of charge

000000: probably used for spares at Le Bourget

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That's perfect thanks, unfortunately it proves that it was with 10 squadron during its time south east Asian command, not a the time of the Berlin airlift. Oh well back to the drawing board.

 

Thanks anyway Julien.

 

Phil

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