|Type:||L-182-1A Hercules C-130A-50-LM|
|19DEC58||Received by RAAF.|
|29DEC59||Departed Lockheed, Marietta on delivery to Australia (in company with A97-211 & 212).|
|05JAN59||Received 2AD, Richmond for acceptance inspection.|
|16JUN62||Despatched to Lockheed for fuel tank corrosion repairs.|
|06NOV62||Received at 86 Wing ex USA.|
|01APR63||Received at 2AD for mods.|
|05JUL63||Received at 86 Wing.|
|11SEP63||Received at 2AD for E service.|
|20DEC63||Received at 86 Wing.|
|03DEC64||Received at 2AD for repairs.|
|03MAR65||Received at 36SQN.|
|03JUN65||Received at 2AD for Mod 115.|
|08JUL65||Received at 36SQN.|
|08MAR66||Received at 2AD for Mod 125 and inspection of centroid riser.|
|29APR66||Received at 36SQN.|
|17JAN67||Received at Qantas for E service.|
|22MAY67||Received at 36SQN.|
|18SEP67||Received at 2AD for Mod 131.|
|21DEC67||Received at 36SQN.|
|15JAN70||Received at Qantas for ADS.|
|19FEB70||Received at 36SQN.|
|29FEB72||Allotted to 2AD for repairs.|
|03JUL72||Allotted to 36SQN.|
|04SEP72||Received at Qantas for ADS.|
|20OCT72||Issued to 36SQN.|
|15NOV73||Allotted to 486SQN.|
|25NOV74||Received at Qantas for ADS.|
|17JAN75||Allotted to 486SQN.|
|14AUG75||Allotted to 2AD for wing repair.|
|DEC75||Held at 486SQN.|
|24MAY78||Registration application from Global Jet Sales/Parmax, Fort Worth, Texas as N2268G (NTU)|
|DEC86||Allotted to Laverton.|
|29JAN87||Confirmed held Laverton.|
|JUL88||To Aboitiz Air Transport, Philippines as RP-C3213.|
|07MAY94||Seen at Manila as RP-C3213 in Micronesia Aviation Corp. colours.|
|JAN95||Bought by Total Aerospace of Miami, Florida some time after this date, parted out and scrapped. (Source: Col Tigwell)|
|AMTDU||Air Movements Training & Development Unit|
|DAS||Department of Administrative Services|
|NTU||Not Taken Up|
|2AD||No 2 Aircraft Depot, RAAF Richmond|
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