The cockpit of Royal Netherlands Air Force F-27 Troopship C-10, preserved at the museum of Dutch military aviation at Kamp Zeist near Soesterberg. On the left side you can see the registration, radio callsign (PECAJ) and the SELCAL code (HL-MQ) for HF long range communications.
Just under three months after this photo was taken the aircraft was written off on 23 March, 1993, in a forced landing 175 miles from Addis Ababa. The following is an extract from ASN: The F-27 strayed off course and a precautionary landing had to be made due to fuel exhaustion. The aircraft collided with trees on rollout. The left wing broke off and the gear collapsed.
Two Friendships with serial C-8 are preserved at Eindhoven Air Force Base, one real and one fake. Both aircraft carry the exact same RNAF demo markings. Seen here is the fake one, which is actually C-12 pretending to be C-8. It was painted as such in 2003 and has been on display at the base entrance ever since. The other C-8, the real one, is used for training purposes and is usually hiding in a hangar. The only visible differences between the two aircraft are the spinners and the tips of the props.