• 55-3280 United States Army Delivered on 20th June 1956.
Assigned to 2nd Aviation Company, Fort Riley, KS.
April/May 1957 to Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL. Here the aircraft were loaded on board the 'USS Tripoli', an aircraft carrier then serving with the Military Sea Transportation Service, which set sail for Bremerhaven, Germany arriving on 16-May-1967.
2nd Aviation Company based at Illesheim, Germany until Jul-1959 when the unit moved to France.
The Company headquarters of the 2nd Aviation Company and one platoon were based at Orléans, a second platoon at Verdun and a third platoon at Poitiers. During its time in France the aircraft was either based at or visited all three locations for different levels of maintenance
Jan-1962. At Coleman Barracks Depot, Mannheim, Germany.
May-1962 Allocated to Southern European Task Force (SETAF) Vicenza, Italy.
Accident: Boscomantico AAF, Spring-1965. Damaged in a hard landing during a “heavy loads landing training detail”. Repaired and returned to service.
Nov-1967 at Coleman Barracks Depot, Mannheim, Germany and from there transported to the USA
May 1968. 388th Transportation Company, Vung Tau, Vietnam.
Oct-1968. To the 244th Aviation Company.
Jan-1969. 388th Transportation Company, Vung Tau, Vietnam awaiting disposition, and was then returned to the United States.
Aug-1969. Sharpe Army Depot, Stockton, CA in August 1969 and was placed into storage there
Aug-1971. 12th Aviation Company, Fort Wainright, Fairbanks, AK. The unit was disbanded in Jun-1973 and it was put up for disposal as military surplus.
• N5322G Civil Air Patrol, Alaska Wing, Elmendorf AFB Anchorage, AK. Regd circa 1974.
Airworthiness date 02-Jul-1974 Category Standard – Normal.
• N5322G Robert G. Sholton, Anchorage, AK. (One of Northern Air Caro’s founders).
• N5322G Northern Air Cargo Inc., Anchorage, AK
• N5322G Donald E. Darden, dba Alaska Cargo Service, Dillingham, AK. Regd 24-Jul-1982.
Accident: King Salmon, AK, Regd 22-Sep-1990. During the take-off roll, the pilot lost control of the aircraft which exited the departure end of the runway and ended up in the tundra. Repaired by Harold J. Hansen of Seattle and returned to service.