Operated by the Guardia Nacional Bolivariana de Venezuela, this aircraft crashed into a nearby industrial estate a few minutes after take-off from the Miranda Air Base, Caracas in September 1988. Four fatalities reported which included 3 on-board.
Built at Prestwick in the same year as photographed and seen here prior to delivery to the Swedish Air Force as Sk 61C 61062. Suffered an accident on 14 September 1976 and withdrawn from use. Became an instructional airframe, first at Ljungbyhed, later at Malmslätt. Eventual fate unclear but almost certainly scrapped.
Taken at the main base camp of the operator, Pickerel Arm Camps. This lies 16 miles southwest of Sioux Lookout, Ontario, next to Highway 72, on Pickerel Arm, which is itself a 20 mile long branch of Minnitaki Lake.
Photographed in chromate primer, immediately prior to its delivery flight to the Swedish Air Force as Sk 61C 61061. Withdrawn from use Dec 2000 and preserved at the F11 Museum (Sveriges Flygspaningsmuseum) at Skavsta Airport in Nyköping.
Photographed in chromate primer, immediately prior to its delivery flight to the Swedish Air Force as Sk 61D 61058. Withdrawn from use Dec 2000 and sold to Hungary in Aug 2004. Stored at Kaposvár by 2008, fate unknown.