Aeroplane Monthly 1987-02
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J.Wenstedt - The flying viking
The Wasp-powered Norseman III prototype, first flown on September 1, 1936. Apart from CF-BAM, only two other Norseman IIIs were delivered.
MICHAEL O'LEARY'S plate depicts Ascher Ward's Noorduyn Norseman N1037Z, currently being restored, as a USAAF UC-64 based in the UK in 1944, for display at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana.
UC-64A Norseman wearing Invasion stripes.
Post-war civil Norsemen abounded in Canada.
USAAF Norseman on skis in Alaska.
Pre-war shot of an RCAF Norseman floatplane.
Norseman VI of 167 Sqn RCAF seen at Debert, Nova Scotia in 1945.
This USAAF Noorduyn C-64A, 43-5174, was fitted with Edo floats.
A USAAF C-64A fitted with skis.
RCAF Norseman VI in post-war markings.
Norseman VP-FAD in the Antarctic, rescuing men from an expedition in February 1950. VP-FAD was the last Norseman to be built and was purchased specifically for the Antarctic rescue mission.
RCAF Norseman VI after a mishap.