Surviving Artifacts

from

Kingman Army Air Field:

& Sales-Storage Depot No.41

Planes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

The AT-21 was built specifically as a WWII Gunnery Trainer and with a total production of only 175 units by three manufacturers (Fairchild, Bellanca & McDonnell), it remains one of the rarest of all USAAF planes.

No restored survivors are known to exist.

These parts were discovered decades ago in a now-defunct Kingman junkyard and are believed to be the remains of a Wartime K.A.A.F. AT-21 Gunner: 1 ea. L & R Rudder Assy,  1 ea. Rudder Pedal Assy . . .

 

. . . plus 4 ea. Wing Leading Edge Caps:

No part numbers can be found, however 439 painted on the inside of one of the Wing Caps could indicate the last 3 digits of the ship's tail number, a common military practice for removable panels

. . . which would make this ship the 28th of 30 Gunners built by McDonnell:

USAAF #42-48412 through #42-48441

ALSO INCLUDED is this Weight and Balance Date Manual, with several filled-in pages from WWII:

P.O.R.

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