Squadron Scrapbook
Port Lyautey/Kenitra

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For a number of years, VR-24 occupied the large hangar in the far right side of this photo. Given the round-the-clock nature of the squadron's operations it was unusual to see six R5Ds on the ramp at one time.

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Inside the "barn" R5D 56549 and a second R5D at right undergo maintenance.
VR-24's "hangar mate", FASRON-104, routinely provided maintenance for an assortment of transient aircraft, such as these FJ3 Fury aircraft, that most likely have been flown in from a U.S. aircraft carrier.

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Carl Sederquist adjusting what looks to be an ARC-1 VHF transeiver.

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Doug Welch at the end of a long day in the hydraulics shop.

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