INDIVIDUAL HISTORIES

C-82A
Second serial number batch ordered May 28, 1945
       
Type s/n msn Ownership History & Remarks
C-82A-FA 45-57733 10103 USAF
23 Aug. 1955: Ben W. Widtfeldt & Harry S. McCandless, Council
Bluffs, IA. N4834V
7 Sep. 1955: M&W Aircraft Leasing, Council Bluffs, IA. N4834V
  1956 lease to SkySpray Inc. as aerial sprayer.
  Possible lease to Switzerland HB-AAC [ntu].
25 Mar. 1959: Ben W. Widtfeldt, Phoenix, AZ. N4834V
11 Jun. 1959: George B. Alder, Chattanooga, TN. N4834V
  Lease to Servicio Aereos de Honduras S.A. (SAHSA), Tegucigulpa-
  Toncontin, Honduras XH-163, 1961 to HR-163 then HR-163P, 1962 to
  HR-SAM, 1963 back to N4834V.
  29 Jul. 1965 crashed in ocean off Lermer, Campeche, Mexico.
C-82A-FA 45-57734 10104 USAF
  SC-82A conversion.
19 Sep. 1955: L.B. Smith Aircraft Corp., Miami, FL. N2060A / N6240C?
21 Sep. 1955: Harry R. Playford, St. Petersburg, FL. N2060A
7 May 1957: Royal International Corp., Miami, FL. N2060A
Apr. 1959: The Ohio Oil Co. of Guatemala, Guatemala TG-OOC-3
C-82A-FA 45-57735 10105 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57736 10106 USAF
  SC-82A conversion.
23 Aug. 1955: Ben W. Widtfeldt & Harry S. McCandless, Council
Bluffs, IA. N4835V
7 Sep. 1955: M&W Aircraft Leasing, Council Bluffs, IA. N4835V

  1956 lease to SkySpray Inc. as aerial sprayer.
  Possible lease to Switzerland HB-AAD [ntu].
12 Dec. 1956: Roberto N. Tribolet, Culiacan, Mexico XB-ZUZ
1966: Transcarga, Argentina LV-PNY then LV-GIS
  Stored in Buenos Aires-Ezeiza and broken up Aug. 1967.
C-82A-FA 45-57737 10107 USAF
  SC-82A conversion.
C-82A-FA 45-57738 10108 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57739 10109 USAF
  11 Nov. 1950 crashed Pickens, South Carolina, USA.
C-82A-FA 45-57740 10110 USAF
  Served in Berlin Airlift 1948-1949.
  To Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, UK Dec. 1951 - Nov. 1952.
US civil N75884
1956: Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, Mexico XA-LOJ
Steward-Davis Inc., Long Beach, CA. N2779 [ntu]
  Scrapped at Long Beach Airport, CA. 1972.
C-82A-FA 45-57741 10111 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5110B
C-82A-FA 45-57742 10112 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57743 10113 USAF
  22 Nov. 1950 crashed Neubiberg, West Germany.
C-82A-FA 45-57744 10114 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57745 10115 USAF
1958: Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL.
1958: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEH
  11 Jan. 1958 crashed Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
C-82A-FA 45-57746 10116 USAF
  EC-82A tracked undercarriage prototype 1948.
C-82A-FA 45-57747 10117 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
1956: Guest Aerovias, Mexico XA-LIL
1960: Aerovias Condor Ltda., Bolivia CP-677
1963: Transportes Aereos Benianos S.A. (TABSA), Bolivia CP-677
  15 Mar. 1970 crashed Sasasama, Bolivia.
C-82A-FA 45-57748 10118 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
C-82A-FA 45-57749 10119 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57750 10120 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
C-82A-FA 45-57751 10121 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
C-82A-FA 45-57752 10122 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
  21 Mar. 1950 crashed Smyrna AFB, Tennessee, USA.
C-82A-FA 45-57753 10123 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
C-82A-FA 45-57754 10124 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
C-82A-FA 45-57755 10125 USAF
1957: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5109B
C-82A-FA 45-57756 10126 USAF
US civil N75885
1957: Compania Mexicana de Aviacion S.A., Mexico XA-LOK
Sep. 1960: to Bolivia CP-694 [ntu]
  Stored at Mexico City 1963-1966.
Aug. 1967: Steward-Davis Inc. N1799 [ntu]
  Scrapped at Long Beach Airport, CA. 1972.
C-82A-FA 45-57757 10127 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
C-82A-FA 45-57758 10128 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
Compania Mexicana de Aviacion S.A., Mexico XB-YOA
Guest Aerovias, Mexico XA-LIK
1960: Aerovias Condor Ltda., Bolivia CP-678
  26 Nov. 1960 crashed Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
C-82A-FA 45-57759 10129 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
C-82A-FA 45-57760 10130 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
C-82A-FA 45-57761 10131 USAF
  3 Jun. 1951 crashed New Boston, Texas, USA.
C-82A-FA 45-57762 10132 USAF
1971-1974: George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, FL. [unregistered]
C-82A-FA 45-57763 10133 USAF - Proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
17 Aug. 1955: Whitney-Ben Trading Co., Calexico, CA. N4830V
17 Aug. 1955: Truman E. Miley, Roy, UT. N4830V
  29 May 1956 fitted with plumbing & tanks for aerial spraying.
7 Jan. 1961: Big Piney Aviation Inc., Big Piney, WY. N4830V
20 Jul. 1964: Transperuana de Aviacion S.A., Lima, Peru OB-T-749
  Served until 1967, fate unknown.
C-82A-FA 45-57764 10134 USAF
16 Aug. 1955: Smock & Jenner Inc., Cincinnati, OH. N74039
29 Dec. 1955: Ben Epstein (Trustee for Ben, Leonard & Stanley W. Epstein),
(Aeronautical Cargo Co.), Miami, FL. N74039
24 May 1961: Henry A. Smith, Richmond, CA. N74039
1 May 1963: New Frontier Airlift Corp., Berkeley, CA. N74039
1967: Fairchild-Hiller Corp., Hagerstown, MD. N6781A [ntu]
C-82A-FA 45-57765 10135 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5108B
C-82A-FA 45-57766 10136 USAF
US civil N75886
27 May 1957: Compania Mexicana de Aviacion S.A., Mexico XA-LOL
Sep. 1960: to Bolivia CP-693 [ntu / not del.]
Oct. 1962: New Frontier Airlift Corp., Phoenix, AZ. N93067
7 Oct. 1964: Steward-Davis Inc., Long Beach, CA. N93067 then N93068
  Scrapped at Long Beach Airport, CA. 1972?
  I have records stating it was w/o in an accident in 1975?
C-82A-FA 45-57767 10137 USAF
26 Oct. 1955: Montgomery Construction Co., Grove City, PA. N4962V
Feb. 1957: Proposed export to Bolivia CP-634 [ntu]
10 Apr. 1957: Minerales Y Metales S.A., Lima, Peru OB-LHF-508, later
  OB-WAD-508
C-82A-FA 45-57768 10138 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57769 10139 17 Dec. 1947: USAF & Fairchild
  XC-82B prototype, later redesignated XC-119A (Model 105).
  14 Jun. 1948 delivered to USAF as C-119A.
  11 Feb. 1949 redesignated as EC-119A for tests.
  22 Jan. 1951 ground instructional airframe at Chanute AFB, IL.,
  later scrapped.
C-82A-FA 45-57770 10140 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5107B
C-82A-FA 45-57771 10141 USAF
Leeward Aeronautical Sales, Miami, FL. N7853B
1958: Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL. N7853B
28 Aug. 1958: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEG
  29 Oct. 1965 retired, scrapped 1966.
C-82A-FA 45-57772 10142 USAF
  16 Jan. 1953 crashed Chaumont, France.
C-82A-FA 45-57773 10143 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5106B
C-82A-FA 45-57774 10144 USAF
1955: Aerovias Monder, Montevideo, Uruguay CX-AQA
1958: Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL.
27 Aug. 1958: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEE
  29 Oct. 1965 became nightclub gimmick in Rio de Janeiro.
C-82A-FA 45-57775 10145 USAF
To Uruguay CX-AQB
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5105B
C-82A-FA 45-57776 10146 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5104B
C-82A-FA 45-57777 10147 USAF
Leeward Aeronautical Sales Inc., Miami, FL. N7856B
25 Sep. 1958: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEK
  Converted to Jet-Packet 1600.
2 Jul. 1972: Aero Inca Ltda., Bolivia CP-983
  Lease to Sociedad Aeropecuario Tohomonoco, La Paz, Bolivia?
1976: Lineas Aereas Canedo (LAC), Bolivia CP-983
1976: Transportes Aereos Itenez, Bolivia CP-983
  27 Dec. 1976 crashed San Ramon, Bolivia.
C-82A-FA 45-57778 10148 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5103B
C-82A-FA 45-57779 10149 USAF
  23 Dec. 1948 crashed Fort Nelson, British Columbia, Canada.
C-82A-FA 45-57780 10150 22 Sep. 1947: USAF
24 Oct. 1955: Dispatch Services Inc., Miami, FL. N54210 / N6236C?
31 Jan. 1956: Expreso Aereo Panama S.A., Panama HP-220 [ntu]
28 May 1956: Expreso Aereo Peruano S.A., Lima, Peru OB-TAI-438
  28 Sep. 1957 became OB-UAA-438, later OB-WAE-438
Nov. 1958: Aviateca Guatemalteca, Guatemala TG-AYA
27 Mar. 1961: Air Agency Inc., Miami, FL. N74810
7 Feb. 1962: Esso Standard (Guatemala) Inc., Wilmington, DE. N74810 / N127E
  7 Mar. 1962 re-registered as N127E.
  4 Apr. 1962 used in testing of JATO rockets at Miami Intl. Airport.
24 Jul. 1963: John W. Mecom (Mecom Oil Co.), Houston, TX. N127E
  Based out of Aden, Arabia from 1964. Grounded in Nov. 1967.
  6 Sep. 1972 de-registered.
Apr. 1974: Delta Technical & Business School, Athens, Greece [unregistered]
  Used in training of aircraft mechanics. Scrapped 1986.
C-82A-FA 45-57781 10151 USAF
  20 Jan. 1951 crashed Damascus, Syria.
C-82A-FA 45-57782 10152 USAF
7 Sep. 1955: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5102B
25 Oct. 1960: E.M. Edwards, Sacramento, CA. N5102B
17 Mar. 1961: New Frontier Airlift Corp., Phoenix, AZ. N5102B
  7 Aug. 1961 converted to Jet-Packet 1600.
  16 Apr. 1962 converted to Jet-Packet 1600A.
11 Jan. 1963: Tanana Investment Corp., Fairbanks, AK. N5102B
30 Nov. 1965: Interior Airways Inc., Fairbanks, AK. N5102B
14 Nov. 1973: Maurice L. Carlson, Anchorage, AK. N5102B
15 May 1981: Northern Air Cargo Inc., Anchorage, AK. N5102B
  Airframe was broken up at some point after 1987.
13 Jun. 1988: Darryl G. Greenamyer Inc., Rancho Santa Fe, CA. N5102B 
16 Jun. 1995: Hawkins & Powers Aviation Inc., Greybull, WY. N5102B
1 Sep. 2005: The Pride Capital Group LLC, Deerfield, IL. N5102B
30 Aug. 2006: Hagerstown Aviation Museum, Hagerstown, MD. N5102B
  Fuselage currently preserved.
C-82A-FA 45-57783 10153 USAF
Leeward Aeronautical Sales, Miami, FL. N7855B
1958: Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL. N7855B
31 Mar. 1959: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEL
4 Oct. 1973: Avimotor, Brazil PP-CEL
19 Oct. 1973: Agropecuaria do Jurua, Brazil PP-CEL
13 May 1974: Avimotor, Brazil PP-CEL
20 May 1974: Frigorifico Cruzeiro do Sul (Frigosul), Brazil, PP-CEL
16 Jun. 1976: Shell do Brazil SA PP-CEL
Dec. 1979: Aristek Planej Com e Rep. Ltda., Brazil PP-CEL
  Likely grounded and stored 1983, now derelict in Manaus, Brazil.
C-82A-FA 45-57784 10154 USAF
  To Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, UK Jul. - Nov. 1951.
C-82A-FA 45-57785 10155 USAF - scrapped after retirement.
C-82A-FA 45-57786 10156 USAF
1958: Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL.
11 Jan. 1958: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEJ [ntu]
  Used as a spares source only.
C-82A-FA 45-57787 10157 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57788 10158 USAF
1957: Bankers Life & Casualty Co. Chicago, IL. N5101B
18 Apr. 1961: Sialas Ltda., Colombia HK-583
Servicios Especiales Aereos (SEA) Ltda., Colombia HK-583
  Possibly to HK-583E as a sprayer, struck-off 1974.
C-82A-FA 45-57789 10159 USAF
1957: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5100B
C-82A-FA 45-57790 10160 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57791 10161 USAF
  Served in Berlin Airlift 1948-1949.
  28 Jan. 1952 crashed Rhein-Main AFB, West Germany.
C-82A-FA 45-57792 10162 USAF
16 Aug. 1955: Smock & Jenner Inc., Cincinnati, OH. N74044
29 Dec. 1955: Ben Epstein (Trustee for Ben, Leonard & Stanley W. Epstein),
(Aeronautical Cargo Co.), Miami, FL. N74044
24 May 1961: Henry A. Smith, Richmond, CA. N74044
1 May 1963: New Frontier Airlift Corp., Berkeley, CA. N74044
1967: Fairchild-Hiller Corp., Hagerstown, MD. N6845A [ntu]
C-82A-FA 45-57793 10163 USAF
1957: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5120B
22 Jan. 1960: Aviation Facilities, Miami, FL. N5120B
7 Dec. 1960: The Ohio Oil Co. of Guatemala, Guatemala TG-OOC-5
11 Feb. 1963: Interior Airways Inc., Fairbanks, AK. N208M
  JATO pack installed.
  16 Jan. 1965 crashed near Beaver, Yukon Flats, Alaska, USA.
C-82A-FA 45-57794 10164 USAF
7 Sep. 1955: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5121B
6 Feb. 1962: Aviaparts Inc., Miami, FL. N5121B
7 Feb. 1962: Miami Aircraft Maintenance Inc., Miami, FL. N5121B
12 Feb. 1962: Esso Standard (Guatemala) Inc., Wilmington, DE. N5121B
  7 Mar. 1962 re-registered as N128E.
  28 Apr. 1962 major overhaul to engines / systems, JATO pack installed.
24 Jul. 1963: John W. Mecom (Mecom Oil Co.), Houston, TX. N128E
  Late 1963 based in the Middle East under US registration.
  18 Dec. 1963 horizontal tip extensions removed.
  19 Dec. 1964 shot down by MiG fighters over Egypt.
C-82A-FA 45-57795 10165 USAF
1957: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5122B
date unknown: Lewis Consultants Inc. N5122B
23 Dec. 1960: The Ohio Oil Co. of Guatemala, Guatemala TG-OOC-4
11 Feb. 1963: Interior Airways Inc., Fairbanks, AK. N209M
  JATO pack installed.
  Derelict on fire-dump Fairbanks, AK. 1973-1979, de-registered 1976.
C-82A-FA 45-57796 10166 USAF
  16 Aug. 1951 crashed Rhein-Main AFB, West Germany.
C-82A-FA 45-57797 10167 USAF
  17 Oct. 1948 crashed Clinton, Louisiana, USA.
C-82A-FA 45-57798 10168 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57799 10169 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57800 10170 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5126B
C-82A-FA 45-57801 10171 USAF
  13 Nov. 1951 crashed Mt. Dore, Claremont-Ferrand, France.
C-82A-FA 45-57802 10172 USAF
19 Sep. 1955: L.B. Smith Aircraft Corp., Miami, FL. N2065A / N6241C?
21 Sep. 1955: Harry R. Playford, St. Petersburg, FL. N2065A
7 May 1957: Royal International Corp., Miami, FL. N2065A
Jan. 1959: The Ohio Oil Co. of Guatemala, Guatemala TG-OOC-2
C-82A-FA 45-57803 10173 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5127B
C-82A-FA 45-57804 10174 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5128B
C-82A-FA 45-57805 10175 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57806 10176 USAF
1966: Peter Bercut, San Francisco, CA. N56582
  Deregistered 6 Dec. 1971.
C-82A-FA 45-57807 10177 USAF
US civil N75888
17 May 1957: Compania Mexicana de Aviacion S.A., Mexico XB-PEK
then XA-MAW
Oct. 1960: to Bolivia CP-697 [ntu / not del.]
22 Aug. 1961: New Frontier Airlift Corp., Phoenix, AZ. N74127
  Oct. 1962 aircraft ferried from Mexico to Long Beach, CA.
  26 Feb. 1964 converted to Skytruck Mk. I prototype.
18 Aug. 1964: Steward-Davis Inc., Long Beach, CA. N74127
  4 Sep. 1964 became a Steward-Davis "Flying Repair Station".
  7 Nov. 1964 crashed Vera Cruz, Mexico.
C-82A-FA 45-57808 10178 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5123B
C-82A-FA 45-57809 10179 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57810 10180 USAF
1958: Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL.
29 Sep. 1958: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEM
  26 Jan. 1960 crashed Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, became
  a spare parts source, scrapped 20 Oct. 1965.
C-82A-FA 45-57811 10181 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57812 10182 USAF
Leeward Aeronautical Sales Inc., Miami, FL. N7857B
Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL. N7857B
1959: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CFF [ntu]
  Used as a spares source only.
C-82A-FA 45-57813 10183 USAF - scrapped after retirement.
C-82A-FA 45-57814 10184 26 Mar. 1948: USAF
  Jul. 1954 dropped from inventory as surplus.
30 Jun. 1955: Aerodex Inc., Miami, FL. N2047A
5 Jul. 1955: L.B. Smith Aircraft Corp. Miami, FL. N2047A
25 Aug. 1955: Selk Co., North Hollywood, CA. N2047A
14 Apr. 1956: Trans World Airlines (TWA) Inc., Kansas City, KS. N2047A
  TWA fleet no. 5551.
  1956/57 fitted with Fairchild J44-R jet-pak.
  2 Feb. 1960 to Ethiopia ET-T-12.
  1 Mar. 1960 re-registered as N9701F.
  1962/63 converted to Jet-Packet 3400A.
30 Jan. 1973: Steward-Davis Inc., Long Beach, CA. N9701F
  1973 converted to Jet-Packet 3400B.
20 Feb. 1973: Briles Wing & Helicopter Inc., Medford, OR. N9701F
1 May 1978: Ball Bros. Inc., Anchorage, AK.  N9701F
20 Dec. 1982: Northern Pacific Transport Inc., Anchorage, AK. N9701F
1 Apr. 1987: Alaska Aircraft Leasing Inc., Anchorage, AK. N9701F
27 Apr. 1992: First National Bank of Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. N9701F
  Aircraft repossessed from Alaska Aircraft Leasing Inc.
12 Aug. 1992: Hawkins & Powers Aviation Inc., Greybull, WY. N9701F
1 Jan. 1993: D&G Inc., Greybull, WY. N9701F
1 Sep. 2005: The Pride Capital Group LLC, Deerfield, IL. N9701F
30 Aug. 2006: Hagerstown Aviation Museum, Hagerstown, MD. N9701F
  Currently preserved.
C-82A-FA 45-57815 10185 USAF
Leeward Aeronautical Sales Inc. N7854B
1958: Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL. N7854B
Jan. 1958: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEI [ntu]
  Used as a spares source only.
C-82A-FA 45-57816 10186 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57817 10187 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5124B
C-82A-FA 45-57818 10188 USAF
  Served in Berlin Airlift 1948-1949.
C-82A-FA 45-57819 10189 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57820 10190 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57821 10191 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57822 10192 USAF
1955: Brazilian Air Force - s/n: 2208
  Retired and scrapped in 1967.
C-82A-FA 45-57823 10193 USAF - scrapped after retirement.
C-82A-FA 45-57824 10194 No data available.
C-82A-FA 45-57825 10195 USAF
1957-1969: Bankers Life & Casualty Co., Chicago, IL. N5125B
C-82A-FA 45-57826 10196 USAF - scrapped after retirement.
C-82A-FA 45-57827 10197 USAF
23 Aug. 1955: Ben W. Widtfeldt & Harry S. McCandless, Council Bluffs, IA.
  N6233C
19 Aug. 1955: Richard S. Lowe, Miami, FL. N6233C
31 Aug. 1955: LEBCA International Inc., Miami, FL. N6233C
To Venezuela YV-C-LBA [ntu]
C-82A-FA 45-57828 10198 USAF
  SC-82A conversion.
1955: LEBCA International Inc., Miami, FL. N6234C
1955: to Bolivia CP-614 [ntu]
13 Mar. 1957: to Peru OB-WAG-458 then OB-RAB-458
C-82A-FA 45-57829 10199 USAF
23 Aug. 1955: Ben W. Widtfeldt & Harry S. McCandless, Council Bluffs, IA.
  N6235C
19 Aug. 1955: Richard S. Lowe, Miami, FL. N6235C
31 Aug. 1955: LEBCA International Inc., Miami, FL. N6235C
26 Sep. 1956: Lace Ltda, Colombia HK-426
6 Oct. 1967: Lilia Lizcano de Herrera, Colombia HK-426
Servicios Especiales Aereos (SEA) Ltda., Colombia HK-426
  Derelict at El Dorado Intl. Airport, Bogota 1973 - 1997.
C-82A-FA 45-57830 10200 USAF
Leeward Aeronautical Sales Inc. N6247C
1957: Francis L. Duncan, Miami, FL. N6247C
1957: Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil PP-CEF
  16 Jan. 1958 crashed Belem, Brazil.
C-82A-FA 45-57831 10201 USAF
  21 Jul. 1950 crashed Kenai AP, Alaska, USA.
C-82A-FA 45-57832 10202 USAF
1 Sep. 1955: L.B. Smith Aircraft Corp., Miami, FL. N2054A
3 Oct. 1955: Donald B. Sittman & Alfred E. Merhige, Miami, FL. N2054A
24 Oct. 1955: Dispatch Services Inc., Miami, FL. N54211 [unconfirmed]
31 Jan. 1956: Expreso Aereo Panama S.A., Panama HP-219 [ntu]
28 May 1956: Expreso Aereo Peruano S.A., Lima, Peru OB-RAA-439
  28 Sep. 1957 became OB-UAB-439, later OB-WAF-439
Nov. 1958: Aviateca Guatemalteca, Guatemala TG-AVA

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