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Former Dutch Naval Air Service (in Dutch: Marine Luchtvaart Dienst or MLD) Grumman S-2A/N Tracker c/n G-712 (US fiscal year nr. 147641) with Dutch Navy registration 151 with pseudo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines livery at Lelystad airport in The Netherlands (EHLE) on 20 August 2011 after the Military Aviation Spectacle organized by the (now benkrupt and closed) Aviodrome Museum. The aircraft was delivered to the Dutch Navy on 23 April 1962 as a S2F-1 model (or "Stoof" for short) and converted to the S-2A standard in December 1970. It was phased out by the navy on 7 January 1976. There is some confusion about the subsequent history of the aircraft. According to some sources it first went to the playground of an outdoor swimming pool (Bosbad Hoeven) and was later acquired by the Aviation College of the Amsterdam Regional Education Centre ("ROC" in Dutch), which donated it to the Aviodrome Museum on 6 July 2007. It is not the first naval aircraft with a KLM livery. After WWII KLM used a number of Consolidated Vultee Catalinas in the former Dutch colony of the East Indies (now Indonesia). The wingfolding mechanism of Tracker G-712 is still in working order as is shown in a YouTube film (see link below).
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