N6328 was used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, they had 7 or 9 of them, all have been retired, or gone on the chopping block, or crashed or become a "drug runner" for a while. Seen at PIMA Aerospace Museum Tuscon, AZ
The GAF Nomad is a twin-engine turboprop, high-winged, "short take off and landing" (STOL) aircraft . It was designed and built by the Australian Government Aircraft Factories (GAF) at Fishermens Bend, Melbourne.Only 172 Nomads (including the two prototypes) were manufactured, due to the limited foreign sales achieved by GAF. In 1986, GAF was incorporated into Aerospace Technologies of Australia.
On 18 June 2008, Gippsland Aeronautics announced they had won bidding to take over the Nomad's type certificate and would probably be restarting production. Gippsland Aeronautics is working to return an upgraded version of the N24 to production in 2011