Built in 1940 for American Export Airlines. Impressed in WW2 by US Navy as 12391. Restored postwar as NC41881 and flew passengers until late 1960s. Now preserved in the NEAM at Windsor Locks, as the last survivor of the type.
Delivered new in 1936 to US Navy as XR2O-1 Electra Bu.Aer 0267 for use of the Secretary of the Navy. Disposed of in 1945 as N57573. Retired in 1979 and acquired by the New England Air Museum who now display it as 'NC14262' in NWAL markings.
1949-built twin-seat experimental helicopter design with twin intermeshing rotor blades. This was the fifth of seven completed and was retained by Kaman for development work. The US Navy and Coast Guard tested a few in the early 1950s.
This is a composite Kaman HOK-1. The major part of the airframe is from 129801 but the boom and tail assembly is from 125530 - hence the markings. Ex USMC, the h/c was badly damaged in the Tornado of October 3, 1979 and is now stored.