This AT-6 was built in 1941 and TOC by the USAAF as 42-85245. After WWII it passed through private owners as N6600C and N77LT. The plane was transported to Germany and underwent restoration to be declared airwothy again in Spring 2007. It is pictured after landing on rw31 to take part in this magical event.
By 2014 these nice French markings had been replaced by much more common USAAF markings. Neither scheme reflects the aircraft's true identity, which is ex USAAF 42-44467 and Belgian Air Force H-61 / H-103. It became F-BJBM in Oct 1959 (used for Air France pilot training), then F-AZRD in Feb 1998. The latter date is also when it received the markings seen here.