It had been delivered new the previous month. Only with Fedex for 14 months and then to Aramco as N716A. Later with Cayman Airways as VP-CYB and with Xstrata Canada as C-GXNR. Noted still active with the Raglan-Glencore Group in 2019.
Owned by Trafalgar Lease and still in basic Laker Airways cols ex G-AWDG. It was with British Eagle International before that and with Qantas VH-EBG of origin. It continued flying in the corporate world as N707KS, N707SK and then as a government transport in the DR of Congo as 9Q-CLK.
The B-52 Memorial Park is located within the Orlando International Airport just off the Beachline Expressway formerly the Bee Line near runway 18L. It is under the control of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA). This retired B-52D was at one time assigned to the 306th Bomb Wing of the now defunct McCoy Air Force Base. The bomber was built in 1956 and retired in 1984. Final flight was from its last unit of assignment, the 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB in Fort Worth Texas, to the former McCoy AFB, now Orlando International Airport, on February 20, 1984.