"That's All Brother" - The lead aircraft during the D-Day invasion of Europe, June 6th, 1944.
This aircraft has special significance to the Davis family. Dad, Frank L. Davis, jumped from one of the C-47s following this aircraft on D-Day. He was in the 101st, 506 PIR, Company A. As he was in the door to jump, he was hit by flak over the right eye but it just cut his eyebrow with no significant injury.
This aircraft was equipped with a radar for the D-Day invasion. It was the only C-47 to ever use radar during WWII. This photo shows the round plate used to cover the hole left by the "radome". The aircraft was owned by multiple organizations after the war but survived.