• 55-3325 United States Army. Delivered 24-Jan-1957. Designated as U-1A.
After being fitted with suitable radio pack for Europe at Red Bird Field, Dallas, TX., the aircraft was flown to Mobile, AL., from where it was delivered by ship to Bremerhaven, Germany where they were re assembled and flown to Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, Germany.
May-1957. Collected by crew and flown to 202nd Aviation Company, Boscomantico AAF, Verona, Italy, part of Southern European Task Force, SETAF.
Apr-1962. Transferred to the Army's Special Forces Detachment with the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) at Flint Kaserne, Bad Tolz, Germany.
Oct-1967. Coleman Barracks, Mannheim where it was prepared to be shipped back to the United States and it then continued on to Vietnam.
May-1968. 388th Transportation Company at Vung Tau, Vietnam.
Aug-1968. Headquarters Company of the 164th Combat Aviation Group, Can Tho, Vietnam.
Aug-1969. Transferred to the 18th Aviation Company, Can Tho. Vietnam.
Incident: Cam Ranh Bay, 30-Dec-1970. Had landed and was attempting to turn n heavy winds when the aircraft nosed over, causing extensive damage to the propeller, sudden engine stoppage and damage to the tail cone.
Jan-1971. Passed to 79th Transportation Company at Qui Nhon to be parted out and scrapped.