Delivered as a HRS-2 to US Marine Corps 11-Aug-1952 as 130156, converted Jul-1956 to HRS-3, redesignated CH-19E in Sep-1962. It later became a ground instructional airframe at NAS Memphis, TN until struck off charge in Oct-1967, it then became N15186, to C-GMFY registered Jul-1980, cancelled Nov-2001. However, by 1993 it was already in the Canadian Museum of Flight and Transportation in Surrey, BC, from 1996 at Langley, BC where it was painted as RCAF 9632. It is now a composite of several helicopters. It is seen here in RCAF colours but without serial and markings.