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N5371G the big day - first flight test!
Photos: Valerie Ferguson © 22 February 2019 - via Karli Bewza
N5371G in the capable, caring hands of Sealand.
Photo: Bob Kobzey © 23 November 2017
56-0372 on the ramp at Hamilton AFB., California.
Photo: Harold Bailey © 25 September 1979 - Ron Olsen Collection


56-372 • 56-0372



56-372 US Army #1673. L-20 No. 674. Command A-11. Delivered 03-Apr-1957. Built as L-20A and re- designated U-6A in 1962.

Note: Originally serialed as shown above but in approx 1965 would have had the additional “0” added to conform with US Army & USAF agreement on numbering to represent the service the aircraft operated with.

N5371G Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell AFB., Montgomery, AL.. Regd Sep-1977.

Airworthiness Cert: 06-Jul-1978. Category – Normal.

Accident at unknown location 27-Jul-1988. Forced landing on lake when engine quit. Landed safely. Crankshaft had sheared in engine. Change completed.

N5371G King Air Inc., / King’s Flying Service Inc., Naknek, AK. Regd 06-Feb-1989.

Accident: Ugashik, AK. 14-Aug-1991. During takeoff pilot lost Control of aircraft and left wing touched water. Aircraft nosed over on to its back and sank into lake. Substantial damage to aircraft and pilot and passenger uninjured. NTSB report ANC91LA125.

Total Hours: 9,629 hours at Aug-1991.

N5371G noted on rebuild at Sealand Aviation facility at Campbell River - CYBL, BC. (Nov-2017). First flight after rebuild 22-Feb-2019.