• de Havilland Aircraft. Delivered 10-Mar-1960 to Hawarden, Cheshire.
First Flight 03-Sep-1960 and passed to Aircraft and Armament Experimental Establishment (A& AEE) at Boscombe Down, Wiltshire for engineering appraisals and performance trials.
• XP769 To 19 Maintenance Unit (MU), St Athan. 01-Sep-1961.
Joined the Ministry of Aviation Air Fleet at Boscombe Down, Hampshire 27-Oct-1961
Ministry of Aviation was a department of the United Kingdom government, established in 1959. Its responsibilities included the regulation of civil aviation and the supply of military aircraft, which it took on from the Ministry of Supply.
In 1967, the Ministry of Aviation merged into the Ministry of Technology which took on the supply of military aircraft, while regulatory responsibilities were switched to the Board of Trade.
Returned to 19 MU, St. Athan, 31-Jan-1962.
Ministry of Aviation Air Fleet at Boscombe Down, Hampshire 03-Jul-1962.
Returned to 19MU, St Athan 19-Nov-1962. Further Ministry of Aviation Air Fleet trials for engineering appraisals and performance trials.
To the Army Air Corps Centre, Middle Wallop, Hampshire 09-Apr -1963 to 18-Apr-1963.
To Hawker Siddeley Aircraft at Hawarden, Chester 18-Apr-21-May-1963 for radio fit.
To A & AEE, Boscombe Down, Hampshire on 21-May-1964.
Returned to the Army Air Corps Centre, Middle Wallop, Hampshire 17-Jun-1964.
Taken on charge with 2 Wing for 6 flight 07-Mar-1965 at Middle Wallop.
To 72 Aircraft workshops, REME, Middle Wallop. Apr-1965 – 21-Jun-1965.
To 6 Flight, Middle Wallop, Hampshire, 21-Jun-1965.
To Hawker Siddeley Aircraft at Hawarden, Chester14-Oct-1965.
To A & AEE, Boscombe Down, Hampshire 02-Feb-1966 for tests for ejectable crash position indicator.
To Hawker Siddeley Aircraft at Hawarden, Chester 04-Jul-1966
To 6 Flight, Middle Wallop, Hampshire 24-Jun-1968
However the fixed wing element of 6 Flight became 132 Flight Royal Corps of Transport on May 1968 and moved to Old Sarum, Wiltshire which this aircraft joined it on 02-May-1968
Remained in 132 Flight during the formation of 667 Sqd in Jun-1969, with the re-titling of the unit to 132 Aviation Flight on 16-Jan-1970. Then the flight moved to Netheravon to join 667 Squadron on 21-Sep-1970. This unit was then re designated as 7th Aviation Regiment in Jun 1971.
The unit was re-titled 132 Flight AAC 0n 01-Jan-1973 and also 7 Regiment AAC on the same date.
Accident: Location unknown. 12-Jan 1973. Aircraft suffered Category 3 damage and passed to 70 Aircraft Workshop REME for repairs to undercarriage and lower fuselage and by 71Maintenance Unit at Middle Wallop.
132 Aviation Flight disbanded Jan-1974 and the Beavers taken on by 6 Flight at Middle Wallop under the control of 7 Regiment, Army Air Corps in Jan-1975.
Trial of CB 186 (exhaust pipe shield) At Hawker Siddeley Aviation, Hawarden, Cheshire 09-Feb-1977 to-14-May-1975.
Moved to Beaver Flight at RAF Aldegrove, Northern Ireland, in 1975.
To Hawker Siddeley Aviation, Hawarden, Cheshire,13-Jan-1976 – 26-Jan-1977 for installation of the approved CB 186 exhaust pipe shield.
Returned to Flight at RAF Aldegrove, Northern Ireland, Jan 1977
Renamed as Northern Ireland Regiment AAC, on formation Jan 1980
Attended 21st Birthday Party at Netheravon, Wiltshire in 1981
To RAF Kemble for modifications between 24-Sep & 24-Nov -1982.
Reported as passed to Chester ( now British Aerospace) for modifications Jul-1986
Reported as at the AAC Centre Middle Wallop between 06-Oct-1987 to- 26-Nov-1987 possibly as a replacement for one of Middle Wallop aircraft at Hawarden for Modifications.
To storage at RAF Shawbury on 19-May-1989 with 9053 airframe hours.
Advertised for sale with several other aircraft, Sep-1989.
• N21190 Wipaire Inc., South St. Paul, MN. Regd. 17-Nov-1989. Restored Feb-1992 & 31-Oct-2012. Expiry date 31-Oct-2021.