Delivered to the US Navy as SNB-2C 29618 in 1944. Later modified to an SNB-3E and SNB-5P. Redesignated as a RC-45J in 1962. Stored at Davis-Monthan AFB in 1970. To Petroski scrapyard nearby by 1973. Later moved to other scrapyards. Transported to Kingman, AZ by 2009.
On May 15, 1964 a US Navy Douglas C-47H was flying from Guayaquil to the Ecuadorian jungle when it crashed (apparently an emergency landing) on the slopes of Antisana volcano. One out of the eleven occupants died in this crash. For many years the plane remained almost intact as it was inside private property. As years went by people started cutting pieces off the plane to sell the metal. This is the biggest part of the plane that is left: The right wing wheel well. The engines (what remains of them) have been dragged a few meters away but have been unable to be taken due to their weight.
Delivered to the US Navy as SNB-2C 29585 in 1944. Later modified to an SNB-3 and SNB-5P. Redesignated as a RC-45J in 1962. To N75018 in 1975 and N585PB in 2008. To the Historic Flight Foundation in 2013.
Built for the USAAF as UC-45F 44-47109 then transferred to the US Navy as SNB-2 90536 in 1944. Later converted to an JRB-4 then redesignated as a UC-45J in 1962. Reregistered as N9659 in 1969 then to the US Department of Agriculture in 1974. To the Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum at Quantico, VA by 1990 and marked as 90536 an SNB-5. Moved to the Historic Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field NY by 1997.
Delivered to the USAAF as UC-45F 43-35850 then transferred to the RCAF as Expediter Mk.II 1387 in 1944. Converted to a Mk.3T around 1953. To CF-SIF in 1965 then to C-FSIF in 1985. To the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in 1986 and painted in its original RCAF markings.