Delivered in May 1944 to RAF, NH238 did not see active service. It flew in the East Indies with 322 Squadron of the Royal NetherlandsAir Force before transfered to the Belgian Air Force. It was owned by the Confederate Air Force before being sold to Doug Arnold's War birds of Great Britain. Reported now stored at North Weald, Essex, UK.
Delivered as an A-6A in April 1967, this Intruder was later converted to a KA-6D tanker. Pictured with VA-52 from the USS Carl Vinson, it would transfer to VA-95 aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln in 1991. On July 9, 1991 while on an aerial refueling mission, the Bombardier/Navigator went half way through the canopy after an uncommanded ejection firing. A successful emergency landing aboard the carrier and no critical injuries were suffered, but the Intruder was scrapped rather than repaired.
Western airplanes got Delta titles very quickly when their merger integration began April 1987, but the transitional color scheme lasted a bit longer. This 737 remained in the Delta fleet for another twenty years, although the last two were spent in storage at Phoenix-Goodyear airport. It went to Mexico as XA-UIU at the end of 2007.