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N113CB enjoying tranquility at Oshkosh seaplane base.
Photo: Rich Hulina © August 1998
XP825 back at Middle Wallop.
Photo: Peter J. Cooper © 15 July 1988 - Aird Archives
XP825 over Ulster with underwing pods containing "Vinpan" cameras. Note the large shielded exhaust, this was to reduce the heat signature for heat seeking missiles.
Photo: Chris Sherlock © 1986 - 87
XP825 over Belfast, photographed from a Gazelle.
Photo: Unknown photographer © early 1982 - Philip Amadeus Collection - Aird Archives
XP825 at Rochford - Southend.
Photo: Mike Axe © 22 October 1985 - Aird Archives
XP825 a few years earlier.
Photo: Bob Wiseman © 30 July 1981 - Lance Higgerson Collection
XP825 in company with "camo" AAC DHC-1 Chipmunk. WP964
Photo: Unknown photographer © August 1976 - Ruben Husberg Collection
XP825 at the 1976 Greenham Common Air Show.
Photo: Unknown photographer © 01 August 1976 - Aird Archives
XP825 ski equipped, with 132 Flight, AAC.
Photo: MAP © 1973 - Wayne Mutza Collection - Aird Archives
XP825 with 132 FLT visiting Woolsington - Newcastle.
Photo: Ian MacFarlane © 23 April 1968
Photo: Unknown photographer © Jacques Guillem Collection
XP825 pops into Blackbushe.
Photo: Unknown photographer © 20 July 1963 - Robin A. Walker Collection


XP825 • N2126S • (C-FOYY)



de Havilland Aircraft, Hatfield. Delivered 12-Oct-1961 to Hawarden, Chester via Liverpool Docks. First flight 21-Dec-1961.

XP825 Delivered to 19MU at St. Athan 17-Jan-1962.

Taken on charge by 19 Flight, 651 Squadron, Middle Wallop 12-Oct-1962.

To Akrotiri, Cyprus Feb-1964 to Jun-1964 where it was painted in UN scheme.

Left Nicosia, Cyprus on 13-Jun-1964 for Aden flying via El Adem, Libya , Wadi Halfar, Sudan and Khartoum, Sudan arriving Aden on 16-Jun-1964 (25hrs 20mins flying time). From Aden it was put aboard HMS Centaur for Changi, Singapore.

Joined 30 Flight RASC which was retitled 130 Flight RCT 15-Jul-1965.

Joined 656 Squadron at Changi, Singapore. Jun-1964.

Returned to the UK arriving at 19MU St Athan, Sth Glamorgan on 10-Mar-1967

Taken on charge by 132 Flight RCT on 13-Jul-1967.

Passed to 667 Aviation Squadron on Formation Jun-1969.

Unit retitled 132 Aviation Squadron on 16-Jan-1970 and moved to Netheravon, Wiltshire 21-Sep-1970.

Unit retitled 7 Aviation Regiment Jun-1971 and 132 Flight, 7 Regiment AAC 01-Jan-1973.

Transferred to 6 Flight where it was current in Apr-1974.

To Beaver Flight, Northern Ireland. Based AAC Aldergrove, Northern Ireland. Circa 1975.

To Hawker Siddeley Aviation, Hatfield 23-Dec-1976 to 18-Jan-1977.

Fired at with small fire on 13-Nov-1979, in Northern Ireland, and wing punctured.

To 5MU Kemble for Special Radio Installation Modifications. Nov & Dec 1982.

To BAe at Hawarden, Chester for modifications 02 to-18-Jun-1986.

To AAC Centre at Middle Wallop, Hampshire. 26-Nov-1987 to 15-Aug-1988.

To Demonstration & Trials Squadron AAC Centre, Middle Wallop, for trial 16 to 30 Sep-1988.

To storage at RAF Shawbury, Shropshire 15-May-1989 with 10,011 airframe hours. Engine 664 hours.

Advertised for sale Sep-1989.

N2126S Wipaire Inc., Inver Grove Heights, MN. Regd 17-Nov-1989 Canx 20-Nov-1989. On USCAR at 03-Feb-1990.

Note: Wipaire conversion

• (C-FOYY) Seaplane Canada Sales Ltd., Barrie, ON. Regd 10-Nov-1992. Deleted on export to USA 01-Dec-1992. Registration marks probably not carried.

N113CB Reabar Inc., West Lebanon, NH. Dates unknown.

Airworthiness date: 07-Dec-1992. Category - Normal.

N113CB Amjet Aircraft Corp, St.Paul, MN. On USCAR at Dec-1995

N113CB C & P Aviation Inc., Blaine, MN. Regd 30-May-1996 & 03-May-2011.