|Douglas Commercial 2 (DC-2) Aircraft||Tail # and Name||PanAm
|Construction No.||US Registration No.||Chinese
|24-Nanking; Landed wheels-up by Joe Chen in Aug, 1937, refurbished; stalled on takeoff by Sharp in Kunming in the spring of 1939, refurbished; crashed in a typhoon by Moon Chin in late October, 1941, refurbished; destroyed at Kai Tak on Dec 8, 1941|
DC-2 - Kinkiang(?) - December 1935
"We're stuck in the mud here & broke the tail wheel. Hence this piece of engineering.
(Photo Courtesy of Peggy McCleskey)
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CNAC's fleet of DC-2s, Shanghai, 1937
(Photo Courtesy of Tom Moore)
Tail of first aircraft on the left, above.
Looks like tail #24. Anyone got a better guess?
Tail #31. This was the last DC-2 in the fleet.
(Photo courtesy of Tom O. Moore, Jr.)
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