• 55-3307 United States Army. Delivered 26-Oct-1956. Designated U-1A.
Initially assigned to 3rd Aviation Company, Fort Riley, KS.
Jul-1957. Deployed with 3rd Aviation Company to Illesheim, Germany.
Nov-1959. Assigned to 245th TAAM (Transport Company Army Aircraft Maintenance) at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, Germany.
Date unknown. 2nd Aviation Company in France. Location unknown.
Jan-1963. 582nd Transportation Company, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, Germany.
Oct-1963. US Military Mission to the Congo (the former Belgian Congo), supporting the US Embassy.
Apr-1964.Returned to the 582nd Transportation Company at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, Germany.
Nov-1964 it re-joined the 2nd Aviation Company in France.
Jul-1966 it was flown to the Depot at Coleman Barracks for overhaul and storage.
July 1967 Joined the US Army Europe Aviation Safety & Standardisation Detachment, Munich, Germany.
Oct-1967. Returned to USA.
Aug-1968. 388th Transportation Company, Vung Tau. Vietnam.
Aug-1968. 54th Signal Battalion, Nha Trang, Vietnam.
Oct-1969. 79th Transportation Company, Nha Trang, Vietnam.
Nov-1969 18th Aviation Company, until it was disbanded.
Mar-1971. Placed in storage with the 388th Transportation Company at Vung Tau, this unit being responsible for the storage and disposal of all the US Army Otters in Vietnam.
Jun-1971 Shipped to Panama and then towed on the road, sans wings, to Albrook AFB., where was re-assembled by the Army's 590th Maintenance Company, refurbished, re- painted and then handed over to the Fuerza Aérea de Nicaragua (FAN).
• FAN-1013 Government of Nicaragua under a Military Aid Program for the Fuerza Aérea de Nicaragua (FAN).
Accident: Nicaragua. Details unknown.