Skip Tannery's Tan Son Nhut Pictures

ICC Boeing 307
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This is a 4 engine transport. Never found out what it was called. ( Just a big "Gooney Bird" )
[Petester Comment: Tom Hildreth helped us out on this one!  It appears that this aircraft is a Boeing 307 Stratoliner, one of only ten ever built.  This particular one most likely started life with TWA, was later pressed into service with the USAAF as a C-75, and then sold in Southeast Asia in the mid 1960s.]
[Further information from Gene Saner, who was a USAF controller in the Tan Son Nhut tower: "The Boeing 307 belonged to the International Control Commission, flew almost weekly, sometimes more to Vientiane, Laos for the ICC meetings, then back to Tan Son Nhut."]
Revised: 17 June 2000