|In service as "Pegasus" with VX-6, which supported Antarctic operations (Chris Mak)||Remains of aircraft still at McMurdo in this August 4, 2006 photograph (via John Weaver)||"Pegasus" is still clearly visible on the nose 36 years after crash landing (Cameron Balog)|
- Final registration - BuN 131644
- Delivered to US Navy December 1953 as R7V-1 BuN 131644
- Redesignated C-121J November 1962
- To VX-6 Quonset Point September 1964 as "Pegasus"
- Used annually in support of "Operation Deep Freeze"
- Damaged at Williams Field, McMurdo Station, Antarctica on October 8, 1970 while attempting to land in zero visibility with winds gusting to over 40 mph
- Wreckage not salvaged and partially covered with snow