Former US Navy US-2C bu 133355 is pictured while with South Seattle Community College. It was sold to Advanced Aviation Services September 15, 1999 for cloud seeding operations with the Desert Research Institute in Nevada. The aircraft had an engine failure April 17, 2000 taking off from Reno, NV and crashed.
A very nice Grumman Tracker, taken on charge by the Royal Netherlands Navy on 18 Aug 1960 as an S-2A. Converted to S-2N, then US-2N and withdrawn from use on 1 Oct 1975. Officially struck off charge on 7 Jul 1976 and transferred to the Militaire Luchtvaart Museum.
Queen's Day in the Dutch Caribbean, 1964. The carrier Karel Doorman was in port for maintenance and its S-2A Trackers from VSQ 4 were flying from Hato for a couple of weeks. 169, 166, and 146 are seen here. The fourth aircraft, 189, belongs to Curaçao-based VSQ 1 and is a Canadian-built CS-2A, lacking the characeristic ECM dome above the cockpit. Photo by: Hans Mol / Jaap de Moor collection
Four Curaçao-based, Canadian-built Dutch Trackers seen on detachment at Roosevelt Roads Naval Station, now Ceiba International Airport.. They are 187, 198, 194 and 180. Photo from: Jaap de Moor collection