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The somewhat derelict looking Grumman S-2N Tracker c/n 720 (US fiscal year nr. 148281) with Dutch Royal Navy Air Service (in Dutch: Marine Luchtvaart Dienst or MLD) registration 159 is part of the static collection of the Aviodrome museum at Lelystad airport in The Netherlands (EHLE). Originally the type designation of the Trackers was S-2F, hence their nickname "Stoof". But in 1962 the US Navy altered the type designation and the Stoof became the less nice sounding S-2A. Dutch Tracker 159 was built as a (U)S-2A and was delivered to the (now disbanded) Dutch Naval Air Service on 25 June 1960. It was converted to the (U)S-2N standard in September 1969. After it was phased out on 7 January 1976 it became a museum piece with the predecessor of the Aviodrome museum, then located at Schiphol airport, where it served as gateguard. The V on the tail indicates it served at the former Dutch Naval Air Base Valkenburg.
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