de Havilland Canada Limited, Downsview ON
Ransome Airlines, North Philadelphia, PA
Pan Am Express, North Philadelphia, PA
Trans World Express, Trevose, PA
AGES Group, Boca Raton, FL [Wilmington Trust NA]
United States Army [United States Government, Fort Belvoir, VA]
Noted at Bangor, ME 19-Jul-2001, St. Louis (CPS), MO 23-Feb-2002, Seattle (BFI) 15-Mar-2003
Damaged in gear up landing in Iraq during 2005; repairable
U.S. Army [United States Army, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD]
Although current on civilian registry as N176RA aircraft is painted with military serial 99-0076
Withdrawn from use & parked at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 08-Aug-2017
Additional Historical Information
Conversion of civilian DHC-7-102 to military RC-7 configuration for the Airborne Reconnaissance Low project.
Initially converted to RC-7B (EO-5B) as ARL-M (Airborne Reconnaissance Low - Multifunction) aircraft #9. Subsequently upgraded to EO-5C configuration.