Douglas C-47 Skytrain USAF
101st Airborne on D-Day
C-47 internal view
British Paratroops of 1st (British) Airborne Division inside a C-47 transport aircraft, 17 September 1944.
American C-47 aircraft flying over Gheel in Belgium on their way to Holland for Operation 'Market-Garden'. 17 September 1944
An American C-47 aircraft, hit by flak returning from the Market-Garden drop, burns after crash-landing in a field near Gheel in Belgium. 17 September 1944.
C-47 Dakotas and paratroops of the 1st (British) Airborne Division silhouetted against a sky as they descend towards Oosterbeek, just outside Arnhem.
C-47 releases parachutes with ammunition and rations for American troops about 1500 yards from the Japanese line on the Myitkyina front.
C-47 transport planes release hundreds of paratroops and their supplies over the Rees-Wesel area to the east of the Rhine, 24 March 1945.
Swedish Air Force Tp 79, 3 april 1984
Dakota III ZA947 (Battle of Britain Memorial Flight)
Li-2 (russian built C-47)
A C-53 "Skytrooper", a variant of the C-47.
Douglas C-47A, Swedish Air Force designation Tp 79, at Torslanda airport, Göteborg
A C-47A Skytrain of the Portuguese Air Force.