US Marine Corps Douglas DC-4 (R3D-2) 1941 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_DC-5#mediaviewer/File:Douglas_R3D-2.jpg
The Douglas DC-5 is a twin engined propeller driven 16-22 seat aircraft. This aircraft was designed for shorter routes then the DC-3 and DC-4 but by the time it was put into production a lot of airlines had cancelled there orders and only five civilian aircraft where ever produced.
The DC-5 prototype was sold to William.E.Boeing as a personal aircraft.
Passenger version, five where built.
C-110Two former Indonesian registered KLM aircraft that had been used by the RAAF impressed into United States Army Air Corps service in Australia in March 1942.
A military version built for the navy as a 16 seat personal carrier.
A military version for the US Marine Corps as a 22 seat paratrooper aircraft.
The prototype used for military service, thought to have been lost off Australia.
Purpose: Airliner and Transport aircraft
First Flight: 20 February 1939
Number Built: 12
Developed From: Douglas DB-7