"Large Marge", ex USAF 54-709 and bought from Ray Petkow's Classics in Aviation in December 2003, is a famous aircraft. It featured as the "Jailbird" in the 1997 movie Con Air, in which it did all the flying scenes. It even had two stand-ins, for the destructive scenes. All three aircraft looked identical, and all wore registration N709RR. Very confusing... Unfortunately this rare aircraft crashed in the Denali National Park on 2 August 2010. Three people lost their lives in the crash.
One of two Skyvans withdrawn from use minus props at All West Freight's private airport. On 5 April 2000 this aircraft suffered an accident at a remote Alaskan airstrip, but was repaired. Ex XA-SRD, XC-GAZ, XC-PMX, G-BAIE.
This Provider, ex USAF 56-4390, was on outdoor display at the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum at Anchorage International Airport for many years. In 2004 it was bought by All West Freight, dismantled, and trucked up north to their private All West Airport. It was obviously still dismantled when this photo was taken, but everything was there (the wings are stored to the right). By late 2017 nothing had changed - the aircraft was still there, in the exact same dismantled condition.
This is the General Aviation Freighter (GAF), designed by California-based Hawk Industries. It became known as the Gafhawk 125, and only one prototype was built, which first flew on 19 August 1982. The aircraft never went into production, and N101GH remained the only example of its type. It was initially equipped with a PT-6 turboprop engine, but in the early 1990s this was replaced by this Polish-built radial, which also powers the Antonov An-2. This unique aircraft crashlanded in a field in Alaska in 2011, and was abandoned at the accident site. It was still there by late 2017, with only minor damage.