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National Naval Aviation Museum

C-131F Nicknamed “Streanliner” Pictured on the Ground

Photo of museum's C-131F when it served as the "Streanliner" flying Vice Admiral Bernard M. Strean.
Caption: View of the museum’s C-131F Samaritan during its service as the flag transport for Chief of Naval Air Training Vice Admiral Bernard Strean during the period 1968-1971. The crew nicknamed the plane the “Streanliner,” in honor of the admiral, who earlier in his career played an important role in the establishment of the National Naval Aviation Museum.
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