WWII Douglas C-47 Skytrain Free Airplane Paper Model DownloadThis aircraft paper model is a Douglas C-47 Skytrain (Dakota), a military transport aircraft that was developed from the Douglas DC-3 airliner, the airplane paper model is created by TSMC. The scale of the papercraft is 1:100.

The Douglas C-47 Skytrain or Dakota was used extensively by the Allies during World War II and remained in front line service with various military operators through the 1950s.

There is a US D-day version avaliable:
Douglas C-47 Skytrain D-dayInitial military version of the DC-3 with seats for 27 troops, 965 built including 12 to the United States Navy as R4D-1:

  • C-47A: C-47 with a 24-volt electrical system, 5,254 built including USN aircraft designated R4D-5
  • RC-47A: C-47A equipped for photographic reconnaissance and ELINT missions
  • SC-47A: C-47A equipped for Search Air Rescue; redesignated HC-47A in 1962
  • VC-47A: C-47A equipped for VIP transport role
  • C-47B: Powered by R-1830-90 engines with superchargers and extra fuel capacity to cover the China-Burma-India routes, 3,364 built
  • VC-47B: C-47B equipped for VIP transport role
  • XC-47C: C-47 tested with Edo Model 78 floats for possible use as a seaplane
  • C-47D: C-47B with superchargers removed after the war
  • AC-47D: Gunship aircraft with three side-firing .30 in (7.62 mm) Minigun machine guns
  • EC-47D: C-47D with equipment for the Airborne Early Warning role; prior to 1962 was designated AC-47D
  • NC-47D: C-47D modified for test roles
  • RC-47D: C-47D equipped for photographic reconnaissance and ELINT missions
  • SC-47D: C-47D equipped for Search Air Rescue; redesignated HC-47D in 1962
  • VC-47D: C-47D equipped for VIP transport role
  • C-47E: Modified cargo variant with space for 27–28 passengers or 18–24 litters
  • C-47F: YC-129 re-designated, Super DC-3 prototype for evaluation by USAF later passed to USN as XR4D-8
  • C-47L/M: C-47H/Js equipped for the support of American Legation United States Naval Attache (ALUSNA) and Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) missions
  • EC-47N/P/Q: C-47A and D aircraft modified for ELINT/ARDF mission, N and P differ in radio bands covered, while Q replaces analog equipment found on the N and P with a digital suite, redesigned antenna equipment and uprated engines
  • C-47R: One C-47M modified for high altitude work, specifically for missions in Ecuador
  • C-47T: Designation applied to aircraft modified to a Basler BT-67 standard
  • C-47TP Turbo Dakota: Refit with modern turboprop engines and fuselage stretch for the South African Air Force

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One Response to WWII Douglas C-47 Skytrain Free Airplane Paper Model Download

  1. klaus schmidt says:

    there is no “C-47 download “its bogus! you probably need to remove that paper model

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