Built in 1993 it was registered in Germany as D-MBTH. In May-1996 it was registered in Belgium as OO-C27 and in Nov-2005 it went to the departement Aisne in France where it was registered as 02ADZ with callsign F-JYLN. Note the emergency Ballistic Recovery System on the aft fuselage, the whole aircraft can be landed by parachute if necessary.
OO-136 was registered in Jan-1996 and had a 160hp Lycoming IO-320 engine. It was destroyed on 17-Oct-2006 near Escuain in the Pyrenees in Spain. While en route from Tarbes in France to Tangiers in Morocco a sharp 6800 ft/min drop in altitude occurred following which it impacted into a hillside. The probable cause was a loss of lift due to icing. The pilot was killed in the accident. The Spanish accident report is A-061/2006.
Delivered 17-Nov-1950 as a T10 to the RAF as WB756. In Apr-1956 it became G-AOJR as a Mark 22. In Jun-1956 it became D-EGIM but returned as G-AOJR in Nov-1956. Next it became again D-EGIM registered Jan-1958 and then it went to Denmark as OY-DFB in Jul-1967 and on to Sweden as SE-BBS in Jun-1982. Finally it returned to G-AOJR registered May-1999.
Delivered in 1974 as D-EFDM, to OO-PTC registered Mar-1977, to G-CITP registered Nov-2015, back to OO-PTC registered Jan-2016, back to G-CITP registered Feb-2016. The Tr-2 is a touring and sports version of the American AA-1 Trainer
Ex U.S. Navy SP-2H still with its underwing auxiliary jets and stinger tail. Ex BuAer 148359. Later became a spares aircraft with Neptune Aviation Services based at Missoula MT, but still stored at Greybull.