- February 6, 1944: delivered to Army Air Force (AAF), Air Transport Command (ATC), Miami, Florida, USA
- July 15, 1944: transferred to ATC-Carrabin, Miami Army Air Field, Miami, Florida, USA
- November 24, 1944: to ATC Miami Army Air Field, Miami, Florida, USA
- January 2, 1945 to Morison Army Air Field, Palm beach, Florida, USA
- September 14, 1947: to Mitchell Army Air Field, Garden City, Long Island New York, USA
- October 26, 1947: to Westover AFB, Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA
- Juni 24, 1948: to Mai 12, 1949: Berlin Airlift “Operation Vittles” but this aircraft does not appear to have been used for the Berlin Airlift.
- February 17, 1949 to Kindly AFB, Bermuda
- March 14, 1951: to Westover AFB, Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA
- February 25, 1952: to Rheine Main AFB, Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany
- September 30, 1952: to Wiesbaden AFB, Wiesbaden, Hessen, Germany
- June 30, 1953: to Furetenfeld AFB, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
- April 11, 1955: to Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio, USA
- April 27, 1955: to Kelly AFB, San Antonio, Texas, USA
- June 2, 1955: to Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
- June 30, 1961: to Logistics Command, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
- January 1, 1962: to 2584 ABW
- December 30, 1963 to US ARMY New Cumberland Army Depot, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. This facility was used to overhaul and rebuild CH-47 helicopters during the Vietnam War. This air craft was most likely used to haul parts to and from the Depot. Mainly the large oversized rotor blades of the CH-47.
- December 5, 1974: to storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona, USA
- June 28, 1975: Released to LEE County Mosquito Control Dist., Ft Myers, Florida, USA. This was her only civilian owner before her retirement. Traded to Dodson International for a Turbine converted DC-3 and then sold to "The Roasterie".
- 2012: photo album on Flickr
- 2021: photo on Flickr
- detailed information at theroasterie.com